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"A remarkable, technically sophisticated blend of parody and elegy, personally felt poems interwoven with popular culture, party politics and history both natural and unnatural. Mischievous and moving."
Simon Armitage

"Very knowing... concerned with the social, political and footballing life of the North, a fine broth of lowbrow and highbrow people, names and enthusiasms." Peter Porter, Poetry Review

Paul Bentley was born in Rotherham, and now lives in Cornwall with his wife and two children. He teaches English Literature in Plymouth. Paul's poems have appeared in Poetry Review, The Rialto, The Manhattan Review, and other magazines. 'Barnsley Abu (a postcard to Paul Mundoon)' was a joint runner-up for the Geoffrey Dearmer Prize. He is currently working on a book for Continuum, Ted Hughes, Class and Violence.

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