St. Botolph's Review

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St Botolph's Review was the student-made poetry journal from Cambridge University, England in 1956, which saw the first publication of Ted Hughes' poetry, at the launch of which Hughes met Sylvia Plath.[1] The first issue appeared on 26 February 1956.[1]

It was named for St Botolph's Church, Cambridge as one of its founders, Lucas Myers, lived at the rectory of St Botolph's Church in Cambridge.

A second edition was published in 2006.[1] A copy of the original journal was stored in the British Library in 2010.[2]

Contributors[edit]

Led by Hughes, the other contributors were listed as: David Ross, Daniel Huws, Daniel Weissbort, Lucas Myers, Nathaniel Minton and George Weissbort.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "St Botolph's Review, Ann Skea". David Andrews Ross. 2006. Retrieved 19 October 2015. 
  2. ^ "Ted Hughes journal and the British library". BBC. 2010. Retrieved 9 October 2014. 
  3. ^ "St Botolph's Review, title and contents page". David Andrews Ross. 27 July 1956. Retrieved 18 Oct 2015. 

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