Marianne Morris

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Marianne Morris is a poet who was born in Toronto in 1981 and raised in London. She studied English Literature at Newnham College, Cambridge, and founded the poetry micropress Bad Press.[1]

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)
  • Alphabet Poems (BookThug 2014) ISBN 9781771660464.

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