Jeffrey Wainwright

Jeffrey Wainwright’s poetry is published by Carcanet Press, most recently What Must Happen (2016). His critical work includes a book on the poetry of Geoffrey Hill, Acceptable Words (Manchester University Press, 2006) and Poetry The Basics (Routledge, 3 rd edition, 2016). He lives in Manchester.



Jeffrey Wainwright's work featured in Stand Magazine comprises one leading article, four contributions of poetry, seven articles, and six reviews, over a period of 19 years. Also available are two reviews of Jeffrey Wainwright's work.
Further Reading
Review in Stand 164, 1(2) (1999) on Peter Forbes' Scanning the Century
Reviewed by Jon Glover in Stand 165, 1(3) (1999) on Stephen Romer, Justin Quinn, Bernard O'Donoghue and Jeffery Wainwright
Article in Stand 172, 3(4) - 4(1) (Double Issue) (2001) The Canto of Ulysses
Article in Stand 175, 5(2) (2004) A point is never alone
Article in Stand 178, 6(1) (2005) 'With a dewdrop on his nose'
Article in Stand 178, 6(1) (2005) A piece on the poetry of Ken Smith
Article in Stand 182, 7(2) (2007) call death an observation
Review in Stand 182, 7(2) (2007) Review
Poetry Collection in Stand 183, 7(3) (2007) Four Poems
Review in Stand 183, 7(3) (2007) Review
Poetry Collection in Stand 191, 9(3) (2009) Four poems
Review in Stand 193, 10(1) (2011) Review
Poetry Collection in Stand 200, 11(4) (2013) Poem
Leading in Stand 201, 12(1) (2014) Editorial and The Third Contemporary British & Irish Poetry
Review in Stand 203, 12(3) (2014) Review
Poetry Collection in Stand 206, 13(2) (2015) Six Poems
Review in Stand 207, 13(3) (2015) Review
Reviewed by John Whale in Stand 214, 15(2) (2017) Review
Article in Stand 215, 15(3) (2017) Polygons
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