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Sean O'brien - Author


Sean O’Brien is a poet, critic, playwright, broadcaster, anthologist and editor. He grew up in Hull and now lives in Newcastle upon Tyne. He is Professor of Creative Writing at Newcastle University.

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November by Sean O'brien
November
Sean O'brien
Shortlisted for the T S Eliot Prize for Poetry 2011. Shortlisted for the Costa Poetry Award 2011. Reviewed and selected by our poetry expert, Liam Parkin. Sean O’Brien is the only poet to have won both the...
Format: Paperback - Released: 18/03/2011
The Drowned Book by Sean O'brien
The Drowned Book
Sean O'brien
Winner of the T S Eliot Prize for Poetry 2007. The poet Peter Porter, who chaired the judging panel of WN Herbert and Sujata Bhatt, called O'Brien "a major artist" and described The Drowned Book as "fierce, funny and deeply melancholy"....
Format: Paperback - Released: 07/09/2007

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