John Agard

Standard Name: Agard, John

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Family and Intimate relationships Grace Nichols
GN 's partner John Agard is also a poet, and collaborates with her in writing poetry books and compiling poetry anthologies.
Sander, Reinhard, and Bernth Lindfors, editors. Dictionary of Literary Biography 157. Gale Research, 1996.
236
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Publishing Grace Nichols
Everybody Got a Gift: New and Selected Poems, published in February 2005, is another collection for children by GN . As well as authoring poems for children herself, GN collaborated again with her husband...
Reception Grace Nichols
Under the Moon and Over the Sea: a Collection of Caribbean Poems for children, 2002 (another collaboration between GN and John Agard , with illustrations by Cathie Felstead ), won an award being given for...
Residence Grace Nichols
GN migrated from Guyana with her partner John Agard and her daughter Lesley to England to live in Lewes, East Sussex, where they still lived in the early twenty-first century.
Sander, Reinhard, and Bernth Lindfors, editors. Dictionary of Literary Biography 157. Gale Research, 1996.
236
Textual Features Malorie Blackman
Here stories and poems by present-day writers (like Grace Nichols , John Agard , Alex Haley , Blackman herself, and Benjamin Zephaniah ) appear along with testimony from some of those who were actually enslaved...
Textual Production Grace Nichols
GN 's next volume of poems for children, jointly written and edited with her partner John Agard , was entitled: No Hickory, No Dickory, No Dock: A Collection of Caribbean Nursery Rhymes.
OCLC WorldCat.
Hedblad, Allan, editor. Something About the Author 98. Gale Research, 1998.
124-5
Textual Production Grace Nichols
GN collaborated with her partner John Agard on an anthology for children, A Caribbean Dozen: Poems from Caribbean Poets, illustrated by Cathie Felstead .
Blackwell’s Online Bookshop.

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