Drawing Down the Moon: Poems and Stories 1996

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Robert Minhinnick
Seren, 1996 - Fiction - 101 pages
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Drawing Down the Moon is the first in an annual series of anthologies of new work from Welsh writers. It seeks to reflect a country in the process of shedding its exhausted mythologies. This comprehensive view features previously unpublished poems, stories, and excerpts from novels. The 90s post-modern, post-industrial Wales it reveals is both confusing and exciting. Editor Robert Minhinnick is a poet and essayist whose works are known in the U.S. Some of the writers featured are Dannie Abse, Duncan Bush, Tony Conran, Tony Curtis, Catherine Fisher, Mike Jenkins, Gwyneth Lewis, Leslie Norris, Sheenagh Pugh, and Hilary Llewellyn-Williams

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Contents

Introduction
7
Glenda Beagan The Man From Kurdistan
21
Tony Conran Gladioli
41
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Karen Ingham was born in England but raised in the US as a member of a peripetetic Texan oil family. The author of several books, subject of several exhibitions and an award-winning televisin film-maker, she is currently Senior Lecturer in Photography at Swansea Institute. Robert Minhinnick is an eminent and prize-winning poet, translator and essayist. He is currently the editor of the quarterly international poetry magazine, Poetry Wales.

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