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Angus Calder lived in Edinburgh. He was Reader in Literature and Cultural Studies with the Open University in Scotland and published four collections of verse, of which the latest is Dipa's Bowl (Aark Arts, 2004). He was also known as a historian and essayist on Scottish history and culture.
Angus Calder's work featured in PN Review comprises one contribution of poetry. Also available is one review of Angus Calder's work.
Reviewed by in PN Review 155 (2004)on Robert Crawford, Angus Calder and Helena Nelson
Poetry Collection in PN Review 161 (2005) Latter Opinions of Harriet McIlwraith