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Beatrice Garland works as a clinician in the National Health Service. She has been writing for 15 years, publishing in a number of magazines. In 2001 she won the National Poetry Competition and in 2002 the Strokestown International Poetry Prize. She is currently writing a first collection.
Beatrice Garland's work featured in PN Review comprises one contribution of poetry. Also available is one review of Beatrice Garland's work.