Anne Rouse (Author)
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August 30, 2022
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About the Author
Anne Rouse was born in Washington, DC, and grew up in Virginia. After some years working in London as a psychatric nurse and mental health worker, she now lives in East Sussex. Her Bloodaxe retrospective The Upshot: New and Selected Poems included the new poems of The Divided (2008), along with selections from her first three critically acclaimed earlier collections, Sunset Grill (1993) and Timing (1997) - both Poetry Book Society Recommendations - and The School of Night (2004), and was a Times Literary Supplement Book of the Year in 2008. A new collection, Ox-Eye, is published by Bloodaxe in 2022. A former health worker, she has been a Hawthornden Fellow, and a Royal Literary Fund Fellow at the University of Glasgow (2000-02), Queen's University, Belfast (2004-05), and the Courtauld Institute, London (2008). Her short plays have been given rehearsed readings in Edinburgh and Hastings in the UK and in Virginia in the US.