David Morley (poet)

David Morley (poet) British Poet

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First Name David
Last Name Morley
Birthday 30th November, 1963
Birthplace Blackpool
Nationality British
Occupation Text Poet, editor, academic
Occupation Poet
Official Websites http://www.davidmorley.org.uk/

David Morley FRSL (born 16 March 1964) is an English poet, critic, anthologist, editor and ecologist. His best-selling textbook The Cambridge Introduction to Creative Writing has been translated into many languages. His major poetry collections Scientific Papers, The Invisible Kings, Enchantment and The Gypsy and the Poet are published by Carcanet Press. The Invisible Gift: Selected Poems was published by Carcanet and won The Ted Hughes Award for New Work in Poetry. He was awarded a Cholmondeley Award by The Society of Authors for his body of work and contribution to poetry. He is a Fellow of The Royal Society of Literature. FURY published in August 2020 is a Poetry Book Society Choice and shortlisted for The Forward Prize for Best Collection.

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