Living Published Women Poets in the UK
Tamar Yoseloff
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Tamar Yoseloff was born in the US and now lives in London. She has been organiser of the Terrible Beauty reading series, Reviews Editor of Poetry London magazine, Poetry Editor for Art World magazine and Programme Coordinator for The Poetry School. She was the editor of A Room to Live In: A Kettle’s Yard Anthology and Writer in Residence at Magdalene College, Cambridge, as part of their Year in Literature Festival.

She currently works as a freelance tutor in creative writing.


The City with Horns (Salt Publishing, 2011)

A Room to Live In (ed) (Salt Publishing, 2007)

Fetch (Salt Publishing, 2007)

Marks (with Linda Karshan) (Pratt Contemporary Art, 2007)

Barnard’s Star (Enitharmon Press, 2004)

Sweetheart (Slow Dancer Press, 1998)

Fun House (chapbook) (Slow Dancer Press, 1994)


Aldeburgh Festival Prize 1998


New Writer’s Award, London Arts

“These compressed and vivid poems have a mind and a music all their own. Tamar Yoseloff is emerging as one of the best poets of her generation,”  Thomas Lux

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