Tim Kendall

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Tim Kendall (born 1970) is an English poet, editor and critic.[1] In 1994 he founded the magazine Thumbscrew, which published work by poets including Ted Hughes, Seamus Heaney and Miroslav Holub, and which ran under his editorship until 2003.[citation needed] In 1997 he won an Eric Gregory Prize for his poetry.[2] His latest book of poems, Strange Land, appeared in 2005.[citation needed]

In 2006 he became Professor at the University of Exeter.[citation needed]

He has published critical studies of Paul Muldoon, Sylvia Plath, and most recently, English war poetry.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Carcanet Press
  2. ^ Society of Authors
  3. ^ Modern English War Poetry. Oxford: Oxford University, 2006.

Bibliography[edit]

Thumbscrew