Crabbe Poetry Competition Anthology 2022

In 2022, Blake Morrison was the adjudicator. 1st Prize was Phil Baker with ‘Shelling Broad Beans’ 2nd Prize was Roger West with ‘They beheaded my father this morning’ 3rd Prize was Caroline Gilfillan with “My Grandmother Visits the Father She’s Never Known (1883)’


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In 2022, Blake Morrison was the adjudicator.

Blake Morrison was born in Skipton, Yorkshire, and educated at Nottingham University, McMaster University and University College, London. After working for the Times Literary Supplement, he went on to become literary editor of both The Observer and the Independent on Sunday before becoming a full-time writer in 1995. A Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature, and former Chair of the Poetry Book Society and Vice-Chair of PEN, Blake has written fiction, poetry, journalism, literary criticism and libretti, as well as adapting plays for the stage. His best-known works are probably his two memoirs, “And When Did You Last See Your Father?” and “Things My Mother Never Told Me.”

Since 2003, Blake has been Professor of Creative and Life Writing at Goldsmiths College.

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Weight.75 kg
Dimensions21 × 15 × 0.4 cm

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