Living Published Women Poets in the UK
Marianne Morris
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Marianne Morris poet

Marianne Morris was born in Toronto and raised in London.


Iran Documents (Openned Press, forthcoming)

All Mod Cons (Act of Language, forthcoming)

Critical Documents (Bad Press, 2011)

Tutu Muse (Fly by Night Press, 2008)

A New Book From Barque Press, Which They Will Probably Not Print (Barque Press, 2006)

Cocteau Turquoise Turning, Fetish Poems (Bad Press, 2004)

Gathered Tongue, Memento Mori (Bad Press, 2003)

Poems in Order (Bad Press, 2002)


Solace Poem poem with beats (Tusk Records, 2011)

Marianne Moore studied English Literature in Cambridge and received the Harper-Wood Studentship for Creative Writing from St John’s College in 2008. She is studying for a PhD in Contemporary Poetry at Dartington (University College Falmouth).

Marianne Morris founded Bad Press with Jow Lindsey and Jonathan Stevenson in 2002.

“I detect something strangely 1930’s Berlin about [Cocteau Turquoise] Turning, perhaps it’s the  claustrophobic melancholy of a degraded erotic cabaret under the pressure of creeping despair: “every scent withdrawn into the bedchamber” […]There’s something Munch-like about it which makes me nauseous.” Stuart Calton, “An Open Letter”, Quid 15, April 2005

Official blog: http://mannemo.tumblr.com/



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