Grevel Lindop

Grevel Lindrop was born in Liverpool in 1948. He is former Professor of English at Manchester University, now a freelance writer. His Selected Poems appeared from Carcanet in 2000. He is currently writing a biography of the poet, novelist and theologian Charles Williams. His other works include A Literary Guide to the Lake District, British Poetry Since 1960 (with Michael Schmidt), and, as General Editor, The Works of Thomas de Quincey (2000-2).

Grevel Lindop's work featured in Stand Magazine comprises one contribution of poetry, five articles, and one review, over a period of 11 years. Also available is one review of Grevel Lindop's work.
Further Reading
Article in Stand 172, 3(4) - 4(1) (Double Issue) (2001) Of Argument and Rumination
Article in Stand 176, 5(3) (2004) Yves Bonnefoy, translated by Anthony Rudolf
Article in Stand 176, 5(3) (2004) Paul Celan, translated by Ian Fairley and John Felstiner
Review in Stand 179, 6(2) (2005) Review: Peter Redgrove, Sheen
Article in Stand 180, 6(3) (2006) Letter
Article in Stand 180, 6(3) (2006) Review: The Letters of Keith Douglas
Poetry Collection in Stand 193, 10(1) (2011) One Poem (five parts)
Reviewed by Stella Pye in Stand 210, 14(2) (2016) Review
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