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Since 2004 a small independent publisher in East London has been producing some of the most exciting poetry and experimental fiction anywhere, publishing new works by the likes of Ross Sutherland, Emily Critchley, Melissa Lee-Houghton, Luke Kennard and Roddy Lumsden. This new anthology celebrates the first decade of Penned in the Margins, bringing together over seventy-five of the very best poems and texts carefully selected by editor Tom Chivers.
an exciting reflection of current British poetry
Poetry Book Society
Cover design by Ben Anslow
Published 9 September 2014
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Tom Chivers (editor) was born in south London in 1983. His publications include How to Build a City (Salt, 2009), The Terrors (Nine Arches, 2009), Flood Drain (Annexe, 2014) and, as editor, the anthologies City State: New London Poetry and Adventures in Form (Penned in the Margins, 2009 & 2012). He has made site-specific, perambulatory and audio work for Southbank Centre, Bishopsgate Institute, the Eden Project and LIFT. An award-winning independent arts producer, he is former co-Director of London Word Festival and currently runs Penned in the Margins from a small office in Aldgate. He lives in Rotherhithe.