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Conversations with Writers: AWOL – a Poetic Collaboration

Wednesday 6 April 2016

1 Hour


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Established poet John Fuller and new voice Andrew Wynn Owen talk to fellow writer Jem Poster about AWOL, a collaborative collection.

Fuller is a poet, novelist and critic and emeritus fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford.  His first novel, Flying to Nowhere, won the Whitbread prize and was shortlisted for the Booker. His collections of poetry include New Selected Poems 1983-2008, The Dice Cup, and Gravel in My Shoe. Wynn Owen’s first collection of poems, Raspberries for the Ferry, was published in 2014. He is a winner of the University of Oxford’s Newdigate Prize and Lord Alfred Douglas Prize.

Poster is emeritus professor of creative writing, Aberystwyth University, and director of academic programmes for the FT Weekend Oxford Literary Festival.