PN Review Print and Online Poetry Magazine
Most Read... Rebecca WattsThe Cult of the Noble Amateur
(PN Review 239)
Mark FordLetters And So It Goes
Letters from Young Mr Grace
(aka John Ashbery)

(PN Review 239)
Henry Kingon Toby Martinez de las Rivas
(PN Review 244)
Eavan BolandA Lyric Voice at Bay
(PN Review 121)
Vahni CapildeoOn Judging Prizes, & Reading More than Six Really Good Books
(PN Review 237)
Tim Parksin conversation with Natalia Ginzburg
(PN Review 49)
Next Issue Colm Toibin on Thom Gunn's Letters Allice Hiller and Sasha Dugdale in conversation David Herman on the life of Edward W. Said Jena Schmitt on Hope Mirrlees Brian Morton: Now the Trees
Poems Articles Interviews Reports Reviews Contributors
PNR 250 Poetry Archive Banner
PN Review New Issue

Paula Cunningham

Paula Cunningham lives in Belfast. Her poetry chapbook A Dog called Chance (1999) and her first full collection, Heimlich’s Manoeuvre (2013), are both from smith/doorstop. Heimlich’s Manoeuvre was shortlisted for the Fenton Aldeburgh, Strong-Shine, and Seamus Heaney Centre first collection awards.

Paula Cunningham's work featured in PN Review comprises one contribution of poetry.
Further Reading
Subscribers only Poetry Collection in PN Review 222 (2015) ‘A History of Snow’ and Other Poems
Searching, please wait... animated waiting image