Sheenagh Pugh

Standard Name: Pugh, Sheenagh
Birth Name: Sheenagh Pugh
Pseudonym: S. P.
SP is a Welsh contemporary poet who has published nine volumes of poetry and translation, as well as two novels. Her poetry has a wide thematic reach both historical and geographical, and succeeds in making distant human experience imaginatively immediate.
Colour photo of Sheenagh Pugh in a garden, kneeling with a bed of white roses behind her, looking down at a black and white cat in her arms. She has straight, dark hair with grey roots, jaw-length, and wears a red shirt, blue trousers, and glasses with large frames.
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death Eleanor Anne Porden
This expedition was not his fateful one: he returned to England in 1827, and on 5 November 1828 married his second wife, Jane Griffin .
Stephen, Sir Leslie, and Sidney Lee, editors. The Dictionary of National Biography. Smith, Elder, 1908.
His last, lost expedition has informed or inspired many artistic...
Reception Gillian Clarke
Reviewers of this book included Anne Stevenson . Letting in the Rumour, which followed in 1989, was a Poetry Book Society recommendation and was reviewed by Sheenagh Pugh .
Elfyn, Menna, editor. Trying The Line. Gomer.
Gillian Clarke.


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