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Frank Kuppner

Frank Kuppner's most recent book of poetry is A God's Breakfast. Earlier books include: A Bad Day for the Sung Dynasty (Scottish Arts Council Book Award, 1984), Ridiculous! Absurd! Disgusting! (1989), Everything is Strange (1994), and What? Again? Selected Poems (2000).

Frank Kuppner's work featured in PN Review comprises 67 reports, 12 contributions of poetry, and three articles, over a period of 35 years. Also available is one review of Frank Kuppner's work.
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