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Nigel Forde is a broadcaster, poet and Emmy-winning screenwriter. In the North he runs a branch of the Poetry Society's Poetry School. His latest publication is A Map of the Territory OxfordPoets/Carcanet. He enjoys music, astronomy and planting trees.
Nigel Forde's work featured in PN Review comprises one contribution of poetry. Also available is one review of Nigel Forde's work.
Poetry Collection in PN Review 146 (2002) Two Poems
Reviewed by in PN Review 159 (2004)on Nigel Forde, James Sutherland-Smith and Adam Schwartzman