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by George J. Dance

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Andy Brown. Courtesy Poetry International.

Andy Brown (born 1966) is an English poet and academic.

LifeEdit

Originally he studied ecology. He has served as Director of the Arvon Foundation's creative writing courses, and as director of the Centre for Creative Writing at the University of Exeter. He is a contributing editor of the Kenyon Review.[1]

PublicationsEdit

PoetryEdit

  • The Sleep Switch. Nether Stowey, Somerset, UK: Odyssey Poets, 1996.
  • West of Yesterday. Exeter, Devon, UK: Stride, 1998.
  • The Wanderer's Prayer / The Travel Log of Sofa Joe. Todmorden, UK: Arc, 1999.
  • Devon Apples. Beaworthy, Devon, UK: Maquette Press, 1999.
  • From a Cliff. Todmorden, UK: Arc, 2002.
  • Hunting the Kinnayas (prose poetry). Exeter, Devon, UK: Stride Books, 2004.
  • The Trust Territory. Coventry, UK: Heaventree Press, 2005.
  • Fall of the Rebel Angels: Poems, 1996-2006. Cambridge, UK: Salt, 2006.
  • Goose Music (with John Burnside). Cambridge, UK: Salt, 2007.
  • The Storm Berm: Poetry. Bedford, UK: Tall Lighthouse, 2008.
  • The Fool and the Physician. London: Salt, 2011.

NovelEdit

  • Apples and Prayers. New York: Dean Street Press, 2015.

Non-fictionEdit

  • Binary Myths: Conversations with contemporary poets. Exeter, Devon, UK: Stride, 1998.
  • Binary Myths 2: Conversations with contemporary poets. Exeter, Devon, UK: Stride, 1999.

EditedEdit

  • The Allotment: New lyric poets. Exeter, Devon, UK: Stride, 2006.
  • The Writing Occurs as Song: A Kevin Corcoran reader. Bristol, UK: Shearsman Books, 2014.


Except where noted, bibliographical information courtesy WorldCat.[2]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Nikki Santilli, Andy Brown (United Kingdom, 1966), Poetry International Rotterdam. Web, Dec. 23, 2013.
  2. Search results = au:Andy Brown, WorldCat, OCLC Online Computer Library Center Inc. Web, Sep. 2, 2015.

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