Peter Jay

Standard Name: Jay, Peter

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Education Sally Purcell
Her editor Peter Jay notes that she herself always insisted on the spelling Mediaeval. While seriously involved in the university Poetry Society and beginning to write and publish, she also posed nude for a...
Literary responses Sally Purcell
Peter Jay writes that her translations in general tend to be rather plain, with her poetic instincts held in check.
Jay, Peter, and Sally Purcell. “Foreword and Note on the Text”. Collected Poems, edited by Peter Jay and Peter Jay, Anvil Press Poetry, 2002, pp. 19 -24.
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Literary responses Sally Purcell
Jay calls this translation beautifully delicate and crisp.
Jay, Peter, and Sally Purcell. “Foreword and Note on the Text”. Collected Poems, edited by Peter Jay and Peter Jay, Anvil Press Poetry, 2002, pp. 19 -24.
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Literary responses Sally Purcell
In 2002 Peter Jay called this book still fresh and young.
Jay, Peter, and Sally Purcell. “Foreword and Note on the Text”. Collected Poems, edited by Peter Jay and Peter Jay, Anvil Press Poetry, 2002, pp. 19 -24.
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Literary responses Sally Purcell
Summing up her oeuvre a few years after her early death, Purcell's editor Peter Jay wrote of her questing vision, her psychological and spiritual accuracy, her attention to language, and her unique personal music...
Textual Production Sally Purcell
Peter Jay edited and published the posthumous Collected Poems of SP , with a preface by Marina Warner .
“Bowker’s Global Books in Print”. globalbooksinprint.com.
Purcell, Sally, and Marina Warner. Collected Poems. Jay, PeterEditor , Anvil Press Poetry, 2002.
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Timeline

1968
Peter Jay founded Anvil Press Poetry , which by the early twenty-first century was based in Greenwich in south-east London, and described itself as England's longest-standing independent poetry publisher.