Books with chapters by Ian Patterson

  • Laura Marcus and Bryan Cheyette (eds.), : Modernity, Culture and "The Jew", Polity Press and Stanford University Press, 1998.
  • Peter France and Kenneth Haynes (eds.): The Oxford History of Literary Translation in English, vol. 4 (1790-1900), Oxford University Press, 2006
  • Jan Parker and Timothy Mathews (eds.): Tradition, Translation, Trauma. The Classic and the Modern, Oxford University Press, 2011
  • Andrzej Gasiorek, Alice Reeve-Tucker and Nathan Waddell (eds.): Wyndham Lewis and the Cultures of Modernity, Ashgate, 2011
  • Peter Brooker and Andrew Thacker, eds., : The Oxford Critical and Cultural History of Modernist Magazines: Vol. II North America 1894-1960, Oxford University Press, 2012
  • Adam Piette and Mark Rawlinson, eds.,: The Edinburgh Companion to Twentieth-Century British and American War Literature, Edinburgh University Press, 2012
  • eds. Rebecca Beasley and Philip Bullock, eds.,: Russia in Britain 1880-1940: From Melodrama to Modernism, Oxford University Press, 2013
  • ed. Marion Thain: The Lyric Poem: Formations and Transformations, Cambridge University Press, 2014

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August 15, 2007



Welcome to the Blogosphere.

Your poem for Jenny D is wonderful.

The phrase "curiously strong" is now well-known to us Yanks because in recent years the mints you mention have become quite trendy and are available in every supermarket.

You have a great bunch of links, but I must admit I was a bit disappointed to find that the Freebase Accordion site has nothing to do with accordions, at least as far as I can see...

fried buick

all poets have eyes,e.g. a reminder that one of your early mimeo publications under the minty masthead was a group of post-cambridge verses by fred buck titled 'flange'. terminally rare, not undeservedly so. you were one of the more forgiving of the cantab intellects of those days. kiss kiss.

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Francesco Calanca

Dear Mr Patterson,
my name is Francesco Calanca and I'm a PhD at the University of Florence (Italy) currently writing a book on Peter Ackroyd and his works (Le Lettere Press). I would be immensely grateful if you could tell me something more about your poetry magazine, The Curiousy Strong, like the poems you chose for publication, how it started, the people who worked on it and where I can find some news about the whole enterprise. I know, as you write, it was a long time ago, but I would love to pay special attention to the cultural and literary background in which Ackroyd constructed his artistic "persona". I would be extremely grateful if you could give me a hand.
Best regards,
Francesco Calanca

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