Helen Ivory

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Helen Ivory (born 1969) is an English poet, artist, tutor and editor.

She was born in Luton but has lived in Norwich since 1990. In 1999 she won an Eric Gregory Award from the Society of Authors.[1]

She has four collections of poetry with Bloodaxe Books: The Double Life of Clocks (2002), The Dog in the Sky (2006) The Breakfast Machine (2010),and Waiting for Bluebeard(2013). She is a tutor for The Poetry School and for the Arvon Foundation an Editor for the Poetry Archive, and edits the webzine Ink Sweat & Tears.


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