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Martin Stannard

Found some interesting reviews and musings online by this British poet (who lives and teaches in China):

Martin Stannard 1

Martin Stannard 2


richard lopez said…
i'm a big fan of stannard's too. he's back at blogging which for me as a reader is simply a pleasure in reading. he also isn't afraid of online publishing which is fantastic as many small-press print only publications are rather fugitive and difficult to get if one wishes to read more of a particular writer. however, no matter how fugitive online publishing is as long as the pub is up and running it is available to any who wishes to read it.

and also stannard is one of the few poets who make me laugh out loud within his poems and also makes me love life that much harder.

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