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By Andrew Crozier,Ian Brinton

Andrew Crozier (1943-2008) used to be a poet, and an energiser of poetry. A champion of labor excluded from the widely used canon, he delivered to the English literary panorama of the Nineteen Sixties and 70s an engagement with the energies of yankee poetry. As a writer and critic he helped to create an area for brand spanking new voices inside of English poetry: for George Oppen, Carl Rakosi, Roy Fisher, J.H. Prynne. His personal poetry is meticulous in its awareness to language, exhilarating in its inventiveness and strength. Crozier wrote that, for him, changing into a poet needed to do with discovering a method for making experience of ... being alive', and his writing is alive with the chances of language. Ian Brinton, editor of using English until eventually 2011 and writer of up to date Poetry seeing that 1990, has introduced jointly a finished number of Crozier's poetry and prose, a lot of it formerly out of print or scattered in small press guides. Biographical and demanding notes and an in depth bibliography whole this landmark version of 1 of the fundamental figures in smooth poetry.

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