Alan Halsey

Alan Halsey was born in London, in 1949. He ran the Poetry Bookshop in Hay-on-Wye from 1979 to 96. He now lives in Sheffield and is the publisher of West House Books. His books include a selected writing, Wittgenstein's Devil (Stride 2000), and The Text of Shelley's Death (Five Seasons 1995, reprinted by West House 2001). Lives of the Poets is a work in progress, in collaboration with Martin Corless-Smith; a selection, Lives of the Poets: A Preliminary Count, was published by Ispress in 2002.

EPR #6: Five poems from Lives of the Poets:

Thomas Hoccleve
Sir Walter Ralegh
Sam: Johnson
Thomas Warton
Charlotte Smith




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