Charles Boyle (poet)
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For other people of the same name, see Charles Boyle (disambiguation).
In 2007, as a result of his difficulty in getting 24 for 3 published, he established CB editions, a small press dedicated to novellas, translations, and writing in other genres often neglected by mainstream publishers.
- 1981 Cholmondeley Award
- 1996 Forward Prize shortlist for Paleface
- 2001 T. S. Eliot Prize shortlist for The Age of Cardboard and String
- 2001 Whitbread Awards shortlist for The Age of Cardboard and String
- 2008 McKitterick Prize for 24 for 3 (as Jennie Walker)
- Bloxham, Andy (2008-06-20). "Lauded book by Jennie Walker is really by Charles Boyle". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 2008-06-20.. Boyle wrote a short piece about misidentifications of authors (TLS, September 28, 2012, 16) in which he good-naturedly referred to vandalism of this Wikipedia biography.
- Cover copy of Charles Boyle, Affinities (Manchester: Carcanet 1977)
- Jeremy Noel-Tod; Ian Hamilton, eds. (2013), The Oxford Companion to Modern Poetry in English, Oxford University Press, p. 65, ISBN 978-0-19-964025-6
- Lezard, Nicholas (2001-03-31). "Cheeky alibis". Guardian Unlimited. Retrieved 2007-07-29.
- Killingworth, Michael (Summer 2001). "When lack of love contaminates". Magma Poetry. Retrieved 2009-08-25.
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