Antony Johae (b. 1937 Chiswick, Middlesex) has a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature – a study of Dostoevsky and Kafka. He has taught at the University of Essex and in Germany, Ghana, Tunisia and Kuwait. He retired in 2009 and now divides his time between Colchester and Lebanon (his wife’s country of origin).
1995 Crabbe Memorial Competition – Third Prize Adjudicators: Jeni Couzyn and Lawrence Sail If it were just as easy as all that – leaning a ladder on an outside wall, smashing a pane and, in one minute flat, snatching the well-known painting, frame and all, by snipping the wire that
The George Crabbe Memorial Poetry Competition 2017 Crabbe Memorial Competition – First Prize Adjudicator: Esther Morgan I would say to my friend who is learning to speak that there are things we can spoil if we talk of them too much Home, for instance, is best built not by these