With the publication of his first book, HOUSEHOLDER, Gerard Woodward emerged as one of the most talented and unusual new poets of the 1990s. In his forthcoming collection AFTER THE DEAFENING, Woodward's powerful imagination, and the details of everyday life take on an extraordinary and exotic significance. 'A kind of punk anthropologist, his unsettling imagination violates all the thresholds between inner and outer. ' LONDON REVIEW OF BOOKS 'Vivid and rarely whimsical' OBSERVER 'There are enough poems in this collection which are both felt AND written to justify Woodward's claim on our attention. Where he exhibits emotional generosity, he is very good indeed. ' Carol Ann Duffy.
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Gerard Woodward was born in north London in 1961. He studied painting in London and Falmouth and anthropology at the L.S.E. In 1989 he won the major E.C. Gregory Award and he was recently awarded an Arts Council Bursary.
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Book Description CHATTO AND WINDUS, 1994. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0701162716