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Penny Boxall

Penny Boxall

Penny Boxall speaks with John Greening about poetry and history, successful and failed poems and advice for young writers. Penny Boxall speaks with John Greening about poetry as ‘igniting little moments of history’, poetic inspiration as a gap that you feel yourself into, goers and duds, her move into other genres such as children’s historical fiction and her advice for young writers.

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