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Sue Leigh

Sue Leigh’s collection of poems, Chosen Hill was published by Two Rivers Press in 2018.

Sue Leigh's work featured in PN Review comprises 14 reviews, over a period of six years. Also available is one review of Sue Leigh's work.
Further Reading
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 221 (2015) on Michael Longley
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 225 (2015) on Fleur Adcock and Jane Hirshfield
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 229 (2016) on Kathleen Jamie
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 234 (2017) on Fiona Sampson’s The Catch
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 236 (2017) on Lachlan Mackinnon’s Doves
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 237 (2017) on Helen Dunmore
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 238 (2017) on Michael Longley
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 241 (2018) on Fleur Adcock
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 242 (2018) on Esther Morgan
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 244 (2018) on Searching for Sappho
Subscribers only Reviewed by Jennifer Edgecombe in PN Review 246 (2019) on Sue Leigh and Phoebe Power
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 249 (2019) on Kathleen Jamie
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 252 (2020) on Jane Clarke
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 256 (2020) The Tower of Years
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 256 (2020) The World is Dark but the Wood is Full of Stars
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