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Anna Jackson

Anna Jackson is an Associate Professor in English at Victoria University of Wellington and the author of six books of poetry with Auckland University Press, most recently I, Clodia (November, 2014), a verse biography. She is currently working on verse biography as a literary genre and recently co-hosted a conference Truth or Beauty: Poetry and Biography, which had as one of its main aims to bring together Australian and New Zealand poets.

http://poetryandbiography.net/

Black-figured Greek urn (lekythos), dreaming

Perhaps the urn was made all those years ago not to hold oil, which it has never held, not as the ground for the pictures, which have chipped off, though a hand remains unattached to a person, not to be …

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Conversation about Coleridge

So you know how I reminded you of how I’d said Coleridge invented the word subconscious, and then I said but I don’t think I can have been right? Well, while you all went on to the pub to talk …

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Virgil at Bedtime

Anna Jackson lives in Island Bay, Wellington. Her latest collection of poetry is Catullus for Children, Auckland University Press.

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The Ceiling Becomes a Marble Slab

Anna Jackson's most recent collection is Catullus for Children (2003) – not really a book of poetry for children, but a new experiment within the tradition of translating Catullus into English.

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Nothing Suggests Adulterous Proceedings

Anna Jackson has published three books of poetry with Auckland University Press.

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Life Seems to Be Enclosed in Steel and Nickel

Anna Jackson lectures at Victoria University of Wellington, mostly in American literature.

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Frank O’Hara for Charles

Anna Jackson lives in Island Bay, Wellington, New Zealand.

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