Douglas Dunn is a poet, critic, and short story writer, much of whose fiction has appeared in The New Yorker. His many notable books—published by Faber—include the influential collections Terry Street (1969), Barbarians (1979), and St Kilda’s Parliament (1981); Elegies (1985), which was Whitbread Book of the Year; and New Selected Poems 1964-2000 (2002). He taught at the University of St. Andrews from 1991 to 2008. He was made an OBE in 2003 and awarded the Queen’s Gold Medal for Poetry for 2013.
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