Poetry. Religion & Sprituality. Edited by Todd Swift, Fr. Oliver Brennan, Kelly Davio and Cate Myddleton-Evans. This major anthology, the first of its kind, gathers work from renowned contemporary poets from America, Britain, and the world. Representative of poets from a wide variety of faiths—as well as agnostics and atheists&8212;and introduced by renowned religious scholar Professor Ewan Fernie, this volume includes work by Andrew Motion, Rowan Williams, Ian Duhig, Rae Armantrout, Fanny Howe, Charles Bernstein, and over 200 others.
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Todd is a British-Canadian expert on modern and contemporary poetry, and has been editing poetry collections for over 20 years. He has been a university teacher working with BA, MA and PhD students, in Budapest, London and Glasgow. He is the editor or co- editor of numerous global anthologies, including Carcanet's Modern Canadian Poets. He is author of nine full collections of poetry, including Seaway: New & Selected Poems, from Salmon, Ireland. His Selected Poems was published in 2014 by Marick Press, USA. His poems have appeared in many leading journals in America, Australia, Britain, Canada and Ireland, such as Poetry (Chicago), Poetry Review, Poetry London, PRISM International, The Globe and Mail, Jacket, and New American Writing. He was Oxfam GB's poet-in-residence, based in Marylebone, 2004-2012. He will be Visiting Scholar/Writer-in-Residence, Pembroke College, University of Cambridge, England, 2017-18.Author City: LONDON UNK