Bad Press

Bad Press

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Bad Press is a London and Cambridge-based publisher of poetry, writings and essays - founded in 2003 by Marianne Morris. Its current editorial board comprises Marianne Morris, Jow Lindsay and Jonathan Stevenson.

Bad Press writers use new performance practices, digital technology and networking with a playfulness in adopting conservative, pre-British Poetry Revival registers to expand the writer's modernist toolkit.

External links

Official site

References

  • An overview of contemporary British Poetry since 1977, Piers Hugill (Fucine 2006)
  • Poetry Wars: British Poetry of the 1970s and the Battle of Earls' Court, Peter Barry (Salt Studies in Contemporary Poetry, 2006)
  • Some Younger British Poets, Keith Tuma (Chicago Review 53:1, Spring 2007)
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