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Visibilty: Selected Poems

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The newest volume selects pieces from each of the poet's seven books of poetry and spans the poet's career, from his early work inspired by Seamus Heaney and his sense of form and feeling for the natural world, to later pieces that showcase the distinctive style Mort developed over time. The poetry utilizes a sharp eye for detail, an acute grasp of character, and the ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published September 1st 2007 by Seren
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2634423 Graham Mort is one of the world’s most accomplished poets. He’s taught writing courses for the Arvon Foundation and the Taliesin Trust (Wales), and he was director of studies for the Open College of the Arts (Wales). He now lectures in Creative Writing at Lancaster University (England), where he directs the Centre for Transcultural Writing and Research and develops writing projects in Africa for the British Council. He’s won many awards for his poetry, among them the Cheltenham Poetry ...more
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Graham Mort has had a lengthy career as a freelance writer and artist in education, specialising in innovative combined arts projects. He has taught writing courses for the Arvon Foundation and Taliesin Trust and was director of studies for the Open College of the Arts, extending distance learning though new technology. He is currently professor of Creative Writing and Transcultural Literature, at ...more
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