Rebecca Goss

Poet Rebecca Goss grew up in Suffolk and returned to live in the county in 2013. She lived in Liverpool from 1992 – 2013, where she studied English at Liverpool John Moores University. She completed an MA in Creative Writing at Cardiff University, then taught Creative Writing at Liverpool John Moores University for some years.  Her pamphlet ‘Keeping Houston Time’, came out in 1997 with Slow Dancer Press.  Her first full-length collection The Anatomy of Structures was published by Flambard Press in 2010.  Her poems have appeared in many literary journals, anthologies and have been broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Arts online.

Her second collection, Her Birth was published in 2013 by Carcanet/Northern House. It was shortlisted for the 2013 Forward Prize for Best Collection, won the Poetry category in The East Anglian Book Awards 2013, and in 2015 was shortlisted for The Warwick Prize for Writing and The Portico Prize for Literature. In 2014, Rebecca was selected for The Poetry Book Society’s Next Generation Poets. Her collaboration with the photographer Chris Routledge will be published in 2018 with Guillemot Press.  Carcanet will publish her third full-length collection, Girl, in 2019. She is Creative Writing Fellow at Liverpool John Moores University.

You can read a ‘critical perspective’ of Rebecca’s work at British Council Literature http://literature.britishcouncil.org/rebecca-goss and listen to her read poems at The Poetry Archive 

Email: gosspoems@hotmail.co.uk  Twitter: https://twitter.com/gosspoems

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gosspoems/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Rebecca-Goss-Poet-1287764414615130/


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