Andrea Brady

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Andrea Brady (born 1974[1] in Philadelphia) is an American poet and lecturer at Queen Mary. She studied at Columbia University and the University of Cambridge[2] Her academic work focuses on contemporary poetry and the early modern period.[3] She is the curator of the Archive of the Now[4] and the co-editor (with Keston Sutherland) of Barque Press.[3]

Publications[edit]

Poetry[edit]

  • Vacation of a Lifetime (Cambridge: Salt, 2001).
  • Embrace (Glasgow: Object Permanence, 2005).
  • Wildfire: A Verse Essay (San Francisco: Krupskaya, 2010).
  • Mutability: Scripts for Infancy (Seagull Books, 2013)
  • Cut from the Rushes (Hastings: Reality Street, 2013).
  • Dompteuse (Toronto: Bookthug, 2014).

Criticism[edit]

  • English Funerary Elegy in the Seventeenth Century: Laws in Mourning (2006) ISBN 140394105X
  • The Uses of the Future in Early Modern Europe, co-ed. with Emily Butterworth (2009) ISBN 041599540X

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ian Hamilton and Jeremy Noel-Tod (eds). The Oxford Companion to Modern Poetry in English, 2nd edition (2013), Oxford University Press, p. 66. ISBN 978-0-19-964025-6
  2. ^ Dr Andrea Brady, Queen Mary University of London
  3. ^ a b Andrea Brady, Queen Mary University of London
  4. ^ Archive of the Now

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