Drew Milne

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Drew Milne is a contemporary British poet and academic.

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Milne’s books of poetry include Sheet Mettle (Alfred David Editions, 1994), Bench Marks (Alfred David Editions, 1998), The Damage: new and selected poems (Salt, 2001), Mars Disarmed (The Figures, 2002), and Go Figure (Salt, 2003). His work is also featured in collections and anthologies, notably Conductors of Chaos, edited by Iain Sinclair (Picador, 1996) and Anthology of Twentieth-Century British and Irish Poetry edited by Keith Tuma (Oxford University Press, 2001). He edits the occasional journal Parataxis: modernism and modern writing and the poetry imprint Parataxis Editions. He co-edited Marxist Literary Theory: A Reader (Blackwell, 1996) with Terry Eagleton, and has recently edited the anthology Modern Critical Thought (Blackwell, 2003). Agoraphobic Poetics: Essays on Contemporary Poetry is forthcoming in 2009.

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