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James McGonigal is a Glasgow-based poet and critic, friend and biographer of Edwin Morgan and co-editor of The Midnight Letterbox (Carcanet, 2015), a selection of his correspondence 1950–2010.
James McGonigal's work featured in PN Review comprises one contribution of poetry and five articles, over a period of seven years. Also available is one review of James McGonigal's work.
Reviewed by in PN Review 165 (2005)on Alison Prince, Anna Crowe and James McGonigal
Article in PN Review 194 (2010) Recovering the Divan: Structure in Edwin Morgan's Long Poem
Poetry Collection in PN Review 197 (2011) 'I reach down one of your books I kept'
Article in PN Review 213 (2013) Triple-distilled: Edwin Morgan's Epistolary Spirit
Article in PN Review 214 (2013) Keeping it Concrete: Edwin Morgan in the Sixties
Article in PN Review 215 (2014) Exit, in Pursuit of a Bugbear: Edwin Morgan and Poetic Drama
Article in PN Review 230 (2016) Poets Post-War