- Author:Jen Hadfield,Simon Turner,Anna Lea
- Publisher:Heaventree Press (July 9, 2004)
- Pages:44 pages
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Heaventree New Poets book. Anna Lea, Simon Turner.
Heaventree New Poets book.
Hadfield was born in Cheshire to a British father and Canadian mother. Heaventree New Poets: Volume 2 (Jen Hadfield, Anna Lea, Simon Turner). Heaventree Press, 2004. Tarset, Northumberland, UK: Bloodaxe Books, 2005. Printer's Devil and the Little Bear. Clun, UK: Redlake Press, Rogue Seeds, 2006. Tarset, Northumberland, UK: Bloodaxe Books, 2008. London: Picador, 2014
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Jen Hadfield is a British poet and visual artist. She has published three poetry collections. Her first collection, Almanacs, won an Eric Gregory Award in 2003
Jen Hadfield is a British poet and visual artist. Her first collection, Almanacs, won an Eric Gregory Award in 2003. Hadfield is the youngest female poet to be awarded the TS Eliot Prize, with her second collection, Nigh-No-Place, in 2008. Hadfield's poems and visual art are based on her experience of living, working and traveling in Shetland and the Outer Hebrides of Scotland, and Canada.
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Simon Turner (born 21 November 1954) is an English musician, songwriter, composer, producer and actor. After portraying Ned East in the 1971 BBC TV adaptation of Tom Brown's Schooldays and roles in films such as The Big Sleep (1978), Dover-born Simon Turner quickly rose to fame as a teenage star in Britain thanks to his mentor Jonathan King who released his first album Simon Turner in 1973 on UK Records. Turner was a member of the Gadget and also joined The The for a period of two years.
Hadfield won for Nigh-No-Place, her second book of poetry written in Shetland and also while travelling . The poet laureate Andrew Motion, who chaired this year's judges, said he was delighted that Hadfield was the winner.
Hadfield won for Nigh-No-Place, her second book of poetry written in Shetland and also while travelling across Canada. It includes poems such as Paternoster, which is the Lord's Prayer as spoken by a draught horse and Ten-Minute Break Haiku, Hadfield's response to working in a fish factory. Nigh-No-Place shows that she is a remarkably original poet near the beginning of what is obviously going to be a distinguished career
Jen Hadfield (born 1978 in Cheshire) is an English poet. Hadfield was educated at Withington Girls' School. Hadfield currently resides in Shetland, off the north of mainland Scotland.
Jen Hadfield (born 1978 in Cheshire) is an English poet. Eliot Prize for poetry for her second collection, Nigh-No-Place. This was a notable honour for a relative newcomer, as the award's previous recipients include such major poets as Carol Ann Duffy, Seamus Heaney, and Ted Hughes. Hadfield currently resides in Shetland, off the north of mainland Scotland Her third poetry collection, Byssus, was published in February 2014.
Jen Hadfield was born in Cheshire, England, to Canadian and British parents. She earned her BA from the University of Edinburgh and MLitt in creative writing from the University of Strathclyde and the University of Glasgow, where she worked with the poet Tom Leonard. For her second book, Nigh-No-Place (2008), Hadfield.