Living Published Women Poets in the UK
Anna Adams
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Anna Adams was born in Richmond, West London, and grew up in Northwood.  She won a free place at Harrow Art School when she was 13, and obtained the NDD in Painting in 1945. She studied Sculpture at Hornsey College of Art.


A Reply to Intercepted Mail ( Peterloo, 1979)

Dear Vincent (Littlewood-Arc Press, 1986)

Island Chapters (Littlewood-Arc Press, 1991)

Angels of Soho (The Royal Academy, 1988)

Life on Limestone ( a collection of Anna’s prose and poetry with illustrations by Norman Adams RA)

Green Resistance ( Enitharmon, 1996)

A Paper Ark ( Peterloo, 1996)

Flying Underwater ( Peterloo, 2004)

Thames (Enitharmon, 1991) editor

London, in prose and verse (Enitharmon, 2003) editor

The River Thames in Verse (Enitharmon, 1999) anthology

A Hundred British Islands (Iron Press) anthology

“There are few more enjoyable, consistent and balanced (in every sense) poets writing today. We should be celebrating the unique contribution she has made to the art.”  John Killick, The North, No. 37, Nov 2005



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