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This article is taken from PN Review 11, Volume 6 Number 3, January - February 1980.

ANNE CLUYSENAAR reviews contemporary poetry for Stand, and has published: Introduction to Stylistics (Batsford 1976) and Selected Poems of Burns Singer (Carcanet 1977).

NEIL CORCORAN is a lecturer in English Literature at the University of Sheffield. He is currently completing research on David Jones.

ANTHONY CRONIN lives in Dublin, where he writes a well-known column in the Irish Times. His Collected Poems 19501973, published in Ireland, are reviewed in this issue (p. 56).

EMMA FISHER works for Mapa Mundi, the music publishers. She reviews poetry and fiction for the Spectator and general books for the Tablet.

DAVID HOLLOWAY has lectured at the university of Bristol and currently works as a freelance tutor in Oxford. He has written on Wallace Stevens, William Carlos Williams, Ezra Pound and Charles Tomlinson.

PETER JAY's first collection of poems will be published by Carcanet in 1980-81. Also projected is a volume of his translations of the poems of George Bacovia.

BRIAN JONES lives in Canterbury and organizes Adult Education in Thanet. He has produced six collections of poetry, including A Family Album and For Mad Mary. The Island Normal will be published by Carcanet in 1980.

GABRIEL JOSIPOVICI's most recent works are Migrations (a novel) and Vergil Dying (a radio monologue). A new novel, The Echo Chamber, is due out next Spring.

ANDREW LOUTH, Fellow and Chaplain of Worcester College, Oxford, lectures in Patristics at the University.


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