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Ross Cogan

Ross Cogan has published three collections, most recently Bragr (Seren, 2018). A Gregory Award winner, he has won various prizes and published widely. He has a PhD in philosophy and works as a copywriter.

Ross Cogan's work featured in PN Review comprises two contributions of poetry, one article, and eight reviews, over a period of 26 years.
Further Reading
Subscribers only Poetry Collection in PN Review 108 (1996) Four Poems
Subscribers only Poetry Collection in PN Review 152 (2003) Two Poems
Subscribers only Article in PN Review 177 (2007) In Praise of Lying
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 201 (2011) on Edith Sitwell
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 214 (2013) on Owen Sheers
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 228 (2016) on Marina Tsvetaeva and Emilia Ivancu
Review in PN Review 231 (2016) Carrick’s Mayakovsky
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 232 (2016) on Hans Magnus Enzensberger and Lars Gustafsson
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 252 (2020) on Pura López Colomé and Michael Augustin
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 257 (2021) On Jean-Pierre Rosnay
Subscribers only Review in PN Review 262 (2021) Monica Jones, Philip Larkin and Me
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