Standard Name: Scott, Diana
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Many of these poems had already appeared in a range of magazines or anthologies. Diana Scott 's Bread and Roses, 1982 (which included four poems by Roberts in its final section, The Renaming...
Three of her poems appeared in Diana Scott 's anthology Bread and Roses, published on 25 November 1982: they were Gone is the Sleeper, Locale, and Maritimes. In 1984 she and...
Two of her poems, Political Activist Living Alone and Christmas Story (1980), were included in Diana Scott 's Bread and Roses, 1982.
Scott, Diana, editor. Bread and Roses. Virago, 1982.
EF was a contributor to Emma Tennant 's magazine Bananas, and she reviews regularly for the Times,
and her poems have appeared in a range of publications before being collected...
Feinstein, Elaine. It Goes with the Territory. Alma, 2013.
Feinstein, Elaine, and Josef Herman. The Feast of Eurydice. Next Editions in association with Faber and Faber, 1980.
AF 's Significant Fevers appears in Diana Scott 's anthology Bread and Roses (November 1982), in the closing section which is entitled The Renaming: Poetry Coming from the Women's Liberation Movement 1970-80.
The first Dictionary of National Biography praised AW 's abilities as a poet and claimed a lasting place for her in the English poetic tradition, but by 1914 Watts-Dunton was complaining about her exclusion from...
25 November 1982
Diana Scott issued Bread and Roses: An Anthology of Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Poetry by Women Writers.