Consists of letters and proofs relating to the published poetry works of Chris Greenhalgh.
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- ReferenceGB 186 BXB/1/1/GRC
- Dates of Creation1994 - 2007
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Chris Greenhalgh won a Gregory Award in 1992. He has published three collections with Bloodaxe: Stealing the Mona Lisa (1994), Of Love, Death and the Sea-Squirt (2000), and now The Invention of Zero (2007). His novel Coco and Igor, for which he has written a screenplay, was published by Headline in 2002. Born in Manchester, he lived for several years in Italy and Athens before returning to the UK to complete a doctoral thesis on postmodern American poetry. He is currently Academic Deputy Head of Sevenoaks School in Kent.