Publication Date: 16 Nov 2023
Shortlisted for the T.S. Eliot Prize 2023
I Think We’re Alone Now was supposed to be a book about intimacy: what it might look like in solitude, in partnership, and in terms of collective responsibility. Instead, the poems are preoccupied with pop music, etymology, surveillance equipment and cervical examination, church architecture and beetles. Just about anything, in fact,...
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Publication Date: 25 May 2023
We are deeply shocked and saddened by the news that Benjamin Zephaniah died this morning, aged 65. He was diagnosed with a brain tumour eight weeks ago.
Abigail Parry's T S Eliot Prize-shortlisted second collection reviewed as Poetry Book of the Month for November in The Telegraph & in Buzz mag's November poetry...
Maura Dooley will be reading with Abigail Parry at Goldsmiths College London on Wed 31 Jan [PREVIOUSLY 6 DEC]; her joint online launch of Five Fifty-Five is on YouTube.
Abigail Parry will be taking part in the T S Eliot Prize Readings on 14 Jan. She'll be reading with Maura Dooley at Goldsmiths College, London, on 31 Jan, 5pm...
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