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John Dennison was born in Sydney in 1978 and grew up in Wellington. He is the author of Otherwise (Carcanet; Auckland University Press, 2015) and Seamus Heaney and the Adequacy of Poetry (OUP, 2015). He lives with his family in Wellington, where he is a university chaplain.
John Dennison's work featured in PN Review comprises three contributions of poetry and two reviews, over a period of seven years.