Nessa O'Mahony (Editor) Paul Munden (Editor)
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2021 is the 700th anniversary of the death of Dante Alighieri, author of the long narrative poetic trilogy, The Divine Comedy. In a time of global pandemic, Dante's exploration of the relationship between the physical and spiritual worlds and humankind's responsibilities to each other seems particularly relevant, and to commemorate Dante's anniversary we invited 70 poets from around the world to respond to Dante's famous work, assisted by a team of seven contributing editors: Paul Munden (UK), Nessa O'Mahony (Ireland), Paul Hetherington (Australia), Alvin Pang (Singapore), Priya Sarukkai Chabria (India), Moira Egan (Italy) and David Fenza (US).
Recent Work Press
September 13, 2021
6.14 X 9.21 X 0.41 inches | 0.61 pounds
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About the Author
Paul Munden is Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Canberra, where he is also Program Manager for the International Poetry Studies Institute (IPSI). He is General Editor of Writing in Education and Writing in Practice, both published by the National Association of Writers in Education (NAWE), of which he is Director. He was reader for Stanley Kubrick from 1988-98. He has worked as conference poet for the British Council and edited Feeling the Pressure: Poetry and science of climate change (British Council, 2008). His collection of poems, Asterisk (Smith/Doorstop, 2011), is based on Shandy Hall, former home of Laurence Sterne. Analogue/Digital, a volume of his new and selected poems was published by Smith/ Doorstop in 2015. He has lived in Bulmer, North Yorkshire, for over 30 years, now dividing his time with work in Canberra.