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(PN Review 239) A Lyric Voice at Bay
(PN Review 121) On Judging Prizes, & Reading More than Six Really Good Books
(PN Review 237) Letters And So It Goes
Letters from Young Mr Grace
(aka John Ashbery)
(PN Review 239) In conversation with Sasha Dugdale
(PN Review 240) Tom Raworth’s Writing ‘present past improved’: Tom Raworth’s Writing
(PN Review 236)
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Drew Milne is the Judith E Wilson Lecturer in Drama & Poetry at University of Cambridge. His collected poems, In Darkest Capital, is forthcoming from Carcanet.
Drew Milne's work featured in PN Review comprises five contributions of poetry and five articles, over a period of six years. Also available are three reviews of Drew Milne's work.
Reviewed by in PN Review 107 (1996)on Robert Sheppard, Maurice Scully, Ralph Hawkins and others
Reviewed by in PN Review 128 (1999)on Pierre Alferi, Kevin Nolan, and Drew Milne
Reviewed by in PN Review 152 (2003)on Edwin Morgan, Douglas Oliver, Drew Milne
Poetry Collection in PN Review 210 (2013) pylons & pyramids
Poetry Collectioned by in PN Review 212 (2013)from 'Reactor Red Shoes'
Article in PN Review 213 (2013) Liminal, Ludic and Disruptive: Christopher Middleton's Short Prose
Article in PN Review 218 (2014) from ‘preposition stranding'
Article in PN Review 220 (2014) REINDEER LICHEN
Poetry Collection in PN Review 227 (2016) spandrels
Article in PN Review 234 (2017) ‘Just Saying No’: Beckett’s Epistolary Dissidence
Poetry Collection in PN Review 235 (2017) microtome sections
Article in PN Review 236 (2017) Tom Raworth’s Writing
Poetry Collection in PN Review 239 (2018) on Three Poems