Living Published Women Poets in the UK
Adelle Stripe
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Adelle Stripe was born in York, grew up in Tadcaster and currently lives in Mytholmroyd, Yorkshire. She is studying for an MA in Creative Writing (poetry) at Manchester University’s Centre for New Writing and also has a degree in Creative Writing from Greenwich University. A founding member of the Brutalist poets, her writing has been published in Flux, Succour, The Guardian, The Stool Pigeon, BrandMineshaft, and Chiron Review.

Originally from a farming background, she spent ten years living in East London, promoting music events and working in publishing before moving back to the north. She currently works for the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds and is writing a new collection Dark Corners of the Land.



Some Things are Better Left Unsaid (Blackheath, 2008)

Cigarettes in Bed (Blackheath, 2009)


“Brave new writing, touched with tenderness and a raw emotional depth” – The Guardian

Adelle Stripe’s website

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