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Rebecca Goss speaks with John Greening about the poetry collection Her Birth and the process of writing it, starting out as a writer and the influence of English teachers, pushing herself in new directions with language in Girl and fighting to break away from couplets.

Dilys Rose reflects on how her writing routines have changed over the decades, and how, despite a demanding academic career and a busy family life, she has found the time and space to create.
‘I spent three weeks prevaricating. I must buy a new shed. I could modify a shipping container. I even looked at pimping an old VW camper.’
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