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This item is taken from Poetry Nation 6 Number 6, 1976.

News & Notes
Cliff Ashby's The Dogs of Dewsbury will be published in 1976 by Carcanet Press.

Peter Scupham's Prehistories was published by Oxford University Press. The Mandeville Press, Peter Scupham's poetry press, is issuing cards and booklets of poems, most notably The Corridor by C.H. Sisson (2 Taylor's Hill, Hitchin, Herts.).

This is the first appearance in a British magazine of the poetry of William Meissner, an American poet and teacher, widely represented in American journals, and recipient of a Creative Writing Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Tom Paulin's first book of poems will be published by Faber & Faber later this year.

Stanley Cook's Form Photograph, a collection of poems, was published in the Peterloo series by Morten of Didsbury.

Charles Tomlinson's most recent publication is In Black & White, a collection of his graphic work, with an introduction by Octavio Paz (Carcanet Press).

This item is taken from Poetry Nation 6 Number 6, 1976.



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