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Alison Fell

Alison Fell is a prize-winning Scottish poet and novelist. She has published eight novels and four poetry collections. Her novels have been translated into languages from Czech to Turkish and her poetry is widely anthologised. Her poetry chapbook <i>Dig </i>was published by Melos Press in 2021.

Alison Fell's work featured in PN Review comprises one contribution of poetry. Also available are two reviews of Alison Fell's work.
Further Reading
Subscribers only Reviewed by Chris McCully in PN Review 49 (1986) on Charles Causley, Alison Fell, Judith Kazantzis and Grace Nichols
Subscribers only Reviewed by Jennifer L. Bauman in PN Review 168 (2006) on Alison Fell
Subscribers only Poetry Collection in PN Review 264 (2022) The Gleaners and other poems
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