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John Greening speaks with Caroline Sanderson about discovering that poetry was his calling, and discusses his wide-ranging career in verse, editing and literary criticism.

‘A sentence that seems perfect when scribbled down in the middle of the night, can often appear, in the bracing light of day, flat and banal.’
‘Writing poetry is about tuning in; language is the necessary crystal. Find the wavelength and everything connects with everything.’
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