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Alan Morrison


Alan Morrison b. 1974. Poetry first appeared in Don't Think of Tigers (Do Not Press, 2001). Three chapbooks followed plus his acclaimed play for voices, Picaresque (2005). Two volumes: The Mansion Gardens (Paula Brown, 2006) and A Tapestry of Absent Sitters (Waterloo, 2009) both highly praised in journals such as The London Magazine, Other Poetry, The Journal and the Morning Star; the latter shortlisted for the Purple Patch Best Individual Small Press Collection. Appearances in over 30 journals worldwide, including The London Magazine, Poetry Salzburg, Poetry Monthly and Stand (2010). His book-length narrative poem, Keir Hardie Street is forthcoming from Smokestack (Feb 2010). Morrison is poet-in-residence at Mill View Psychiatric Hospital, a mentor for Creative Future, and editor of the Recusant.