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Belinda Cooke was born in 1957, completing her dissertation on Robert Lowell in 1993. She has published Resting Place (Flarestack Press, 2008), Paths of the Beggarwoman: The Selected Poems of Marina Tsvetaeva (Worple Press, 2008), and, in collaboration with Richard McKane, Boris Poplavsky’s Flags (Shearsman Press, 2009).
Belinder Cooke's work featured in PN Review comprises one review.
Review in PN Review 222 (2015) on Eavan Boland by Jody Allen Randolph