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David Herd

David Herd’s most recent collection of poetry is Through (Carcanet, 2016). He is a co-organiser of the project Refugee Tales.

David Herd's work featured in PN Review comprises two contributions of poetry, four articles, two interviews, and two reviews, over a period of 25 years. Also available are four reviews of David Herd's work.
Further Reading
Subscribers only Interview in PN Review 99 (1994) in Conversation with John Ashbery
Subscribers only Interview in PN Review 106 (1995) In Conversation with Kenneth Koch
Subscribers only Reviewed by Malcolm Phillips in PN Review 142 (2001) on David Herd's John Ashbery and American Poetry
Subscribers only Poetry Collection in PN Review 156 (2004) Cherries
Subscribers only Reviewed by John Muckle in PN Review 166 (2005) on Barry MacSweeney, David Herd and Richard Price
Article in PN Review 197 (2011) Poetry and Voice: The Urge to Nowhere
Subscribers only Poetry Collection in PN Review 206 (2012) Four Poems
Subscribers only Reviewed by Anthony Caleshu in PN Review 208 (2012) on David Herd
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 213 (2013) on Jess
Subscribers only Reviewed by Ian Brinton in PN Review 231 (2016) David Herd
Subscribers only Article in PN Review 235 (2017) Valediction Forbidden Mourning
Subscribers only Article in PN Review 239 (2018) Remembers
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