Vicki Feaver (born 1943) is an English poet and academic.
Feaver was born in Nottingham. She studied music at Durham University and English at University College, London.
She later worked as a lecturer and tutor in English and creative writing at University College, Chichester, where she is an emeritus professor.
She lives with her psychiatrist husband in Dunsyre, South Lanarkshire, Scotland, at the foot of the Pentland Hills.
- 1993: Forward Poetry Prize, Best Single Poem, for the poem 'Judith'
- 1998: National Poetry Competition for the poem 'Bats'
- 1999: Cholmondeley Award
- Close Relatives. London: Secker & Warburg, 1981.
- Clean Sheets. Cathcart Press, 1986.
- The Handless Maiden. London: Cape, 1994.
- Penguin Modern Poets 2 (Vicki Feaver, Eavan Boland, & Carol Ann Duffy). London & New York: Penguin Books, 1995.
- Girl in Red, and other poems. Edinburgh: Scottish Book Trust, 2003.
- The Book of Blood. London: Cape, 2006.
- Vicki Feaver (United Kingdom, 1943) at Poetry International (4 poems)
- Seven poems - Vicki Feaver in the Scottish Review of Books.
- Audio / video
- Vicki Feaver (b. 1943) at The Poetry Archive
- recording and text of the Forward Prize-winning 'Judith'
- Vicki Feaver at Amazon.com
- Professor Vicki Feaver at the British Council
- Vicki Feaver interviewed at Rimbaud.org
- No More 'Mrs. Nice': Vicci Bentley interviews Vicki Feaver in Magma
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