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The late John Heath-Stubbs was a critic, anthologist and translator as well as a poet. He received the Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry and the prestigious St Augustine Cross. Carcanet publish his poems and literary essays. In 1988 he was awarded the OBE.
John Heath-Stubbs's work featured in PN Review comprises 20 contributions of poetry and two articles, over a period of 29 years. Also available are two reviews of John Heath-Stubbs's work and one interview with John Heath-Stubbs.
Interviewed by in PN Review 92 (1993)in Conversation with John Heath-Stubbs