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Amy Evans

 

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Amy Evans is a poet and classical singer based in London. Recent publications include The Report of the Iraq Enquiry (ff press, 2017), the broadside Stalking Gerard Manley Hopkins (Salient Seedling/Woodland Pattern Book Center, 2016), and her third chapbook, CONT. (Shearsman, 2015). Her poems and montages appear in Jacket, Dear World & Everyone In It (Bloodaxe, 2013), and elsewhere. She performed at Poetry and Sound at the ICA, London in 2016. Her at-sea poetry installation, SOUND((ING))S, takes place across the UK-France border in the English Channel (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_h4VHm57qY). She teaches at the University of Kent.

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