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Moniza Alvi has published five books of poetry, two with Oxford University Press and three with Bloodaxe. The most recent is How the Stone Found Its Voice, 2005. She tutors for the Poetry School, and has recently gained a Diploma in Group-Analytic Skills from the Westminster Pastoral Foundation.
Moniza Alvi's work featured in PN Review comprises five contributions of poetry and three reviews, over a period of five years.
Poetry Collection in PN Review 141 (2001) Four Poems
Poetry Collection in PN Review 145 (2002) Five Poems
Poetry Collection in PN Review 149 (2003) Three Poems
Poetry Collection in PN Review 153 (2003) Three Poems after Jules Supervielle
Review in PN Review 155 (2004) on Jibanananda Das
Review in PN Review 158 (2004) on Alamgir Hashmi
Review in PN Review 163 (2005) on Meena Alexander
Poetry Collection in PN Review 166 (2005) Europa and the Bull