CENTRE FOR NEW WRITING, John McAuliffe on The Moon in Poetry, especially the work of Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath
John McAuliffe is an Irish poet based in the UK, where he teaches poetry and directs the Centre of New Writing at the University of Manchester. His fourth book The Way In (Gallery) won the Michael Hartnett Prize in 2016 and his versions of Igor Klikovac, Stockholm Syndrome (Smith Doorstop, 2019), was the Poetry Book Society Spring Pamphlet Choice this year. He also writes a regular poetry column for The Irish Times.
Notes Saturday 2019