Marianne Morris

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Marianne Morris (born 1981) is a Canadian poet. She was born in Toronto in 1981 and raised in London, England. She studied English Literature at Newnham College, Cambridge, and founded the poetry micropress Bad Press.[1] In 2008 she was the recipient of the Harper-Wood Studentship for English Poetry and Literature from St. John's College, Cambridge, and she completed her PhD in Performance Writing at Dartington College of Arts in Devon, which merged into University College Falmouth in 2010.

Select works[edit]

  • Poems in Order (Bad Press 2002)
  • Memento Mori (Bad Press 2003)
  • Gathered Tongue (Bad Press 2003)
  • Cocteau Torquoise Turning (Bad Press 2004)
  • Fetish Poems (Bad Press 2004)
  • A New Book From Barque Press, Which They Will Probably Not Print (Barque Press 2006) ISBN 9781903488591
  • Tutu Muse (Fly By Night Press 2008)
  • So Few Richards, So Many Dicks (Punch Press 2010)
  • Commitment (Critical Documents 2011) ISBN 9780956774316;
  • Iran Documents (Trafficker Press 2012)
  • DSK (Tipped Press 2013)
  • The On All Said Things Moratorium (Enitharmon Press 2013)


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