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This item is taken from Poetry Nation 2 Number 2, 1974.

Contributors Notes
JOYCE CRICK is a Lecturer in German at University College London.

GEORGE KENDRICK'S first book-length collection of poems, Bicycle Tyre in a Tall Tree, is included in the Carcanet New Poetry List.

DANIEL WEISSBORT, the editor of Modern Poetry in Translation and the translator of many Russian poets, has published In An Emergency, a collection of poems (Carcanet).

PAUL MILLS, currently editing an anthology of criticism of modern Scottish poetry, has recently completed his first book-length collection of poems.

SIMON CURTIS published the pamphlet Something for Nothing in 1974, and a book of his poems is scheduled in the Peterloo Poets series.

MICHAEL LONGLEY'S most recent collection of poems, An Exploded View, was published by Gollancz.

GARETH REEVES is currently on a Fellowship at Stanford University; his early poems were collected in Pilgrims (Carcanet, 1969).

JACK BEECHING, now resident in France, has appeared in the Penguin Modern Poets series.

STEWART CONN has edited P. E. N. New Poems 1974.

PETER JONES' poems are collected in The Peace & the Hook (Carcanet); he edited Imagist Poetry for Penguin, and is currently preparing an extended critical study of American poetry.

ROY FULLER'S second volume of Oxford lectures, Professors and Gods, was published by Deutsch.

ROGER ALMA is Lecturer in English at Worcester College of Education and has published poems in several periodicals.

JOHN KEASE is a computer expert.

MICHAEL CAYLEY'S poems are collected in The Spider's Touch (Carcanet).

This item is taken from Poetry Nation 2 Number 2, 1974.

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