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Madeline Potter lives in York. She is interested in modern and contemporary poetry and is doing a PhD on the works of Geoffrey Hill. Neil Powell is a poet and biographer whose most recent book is Benjamin Britten: A Life for Music (2013); Was and Is: Collected Poems will appear early in 2017.
Madeline Potter's work featured in PN Review comprises one review.
Review in PN Review 231 (2016) Geoffrey Hill’s Ibsen