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Adam Heardman is a poet and writer from the North-East. His poems have appeared in PN Review, Belleville Park Pages, The Missing Slate, and have been awarded the Mapleton-Bree Prize for the Creative Arts by Oxford University and a Truman Capote Scholarship in the US. He lives and works in Newcastle upon Tyne.
Adam Heardman's work featured in PN Review comprises one contribution of poetry and one review, over a period of three years.