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100 Prized Poems: Twenty-five years of the Forward Books

by William Sieghart

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0571333176, Paperback)

"The Forward Prizes have turned a spotlight on contemporary poetry which is both searching and glamorous". (Carol Ann Duffy). 100 Prized Poems brings together the best of the poems published over a quarter century in twenty-five editions of the Forward books of poetry, a series highlighting the works commended annually for the prestigious Forward Prizes. The roll-call of poets included is a Who's Who of poetry excellence and includes both familiar names - Simon Armitage, Jackie Kay, Derek Walcott - and fresh voices - Kate Tempest, Kei Miller and Emily Berry. This anthology of anthologies is a great way of encountering the richness that new poetry has to offer.

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