Bad Press

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Bad Press is a London and Cambridge-based publisher of poetry, writings and essays - founded in 2003 by Marianne Morris. Its current editorial board comprises Marianne Morris, Jo L. Walton and Jonathan Stevenson.

Bad Press writers use new performance practices, digital technology and networking with a playfulness in adopting conservative, pre-British Poetry Revival registers to expand the writer's modernist toolkit.

It should be distinguished from the Bad Press a publisher of poetry whose address was P.O. Box 76, Manchester M21 8HJ.[1]

See also[edit]

  • Joe Peacott, an individualist anarchist writer who is a leading figure at BAD Press


  1. ^ Cochrane, Robert (1996) Accepted Forms of Beauty in the West. Manchester: Bad Press ISBN 0-9517233-2-4
  • An Overview of Contemporary British Poetry since 1977, Piers Hugill (Fucine 2006) online
  • Poetry Wars: British Poetry of the 1970s and the Battle of Earls' Court, Peter Barry (Salt Studies in Contemporary Poetry, 2006)
  • Some Younger British Poets, Keith Tuma (Chicago Review 53:1, Spring 2007) online

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