Cabaret, new poems by Nerys Williams

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Cabaret, new poems by Nerys Williams

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Originally from West Wales, Williams now lives in Kells, Co Meath. She has published poems and essays widely. Her first volume, Sound Archive (Seren, 2011), was shortlisted for the Felix Dennis (Forward) prize and won the Strong (Irish) first volume prize in 2012. Williams also won the Ted McNulty Poetry Prize (Poetry Ireland). In May 2017 she was poet is residence at Passa Porta, Brussels as part of the Welsh Government’s Poetry of Loss / Barddoniaeth Colled centenary commemoration of Welsh language poet Hedd Wyn.

Williams lectures in American Literature at University College, Dublin. Other authored books include,  A Guide to Contemporary Poetry (Edinburgh UP, 2011) and a study of contemporary poetics and Language poetry – Reading Error (Peter Lang, 2007)

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