Rosemary Tonks

Standard Name: Tonks, Rosemary
Used Form: Rosemary Lightband


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Asked about contemporary poets who interest her, RF named two Americans (Gjertrud Schnackenberg and Anne Carson ), and in England (which she was defining rather loosely) Penelope Shuttle and Sarah Maguire , followed by...


By late July 1963: Rosemary Tonks (1928-2014) issued the first...

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By late July 1963

Rosemary Tonks (1928-2014) issued the first of her two volumes of poetry, Notes on Cafés and Bedrooms, which was a Poetry Book Society recommendation. The second collection, Iliad of Broken Sentences, appeared in 1967.


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