Stevenson, Anne, 1933-2020 (poet)
- Existence: 1933 - 2020
Anne Stevenson was born in Cambridge of American parents in 1933, and educated at the University of Michigan. From the 1960s onwards she has spent most of her life in the United Kingdom. Her volumes of poetry have been appeared under various imprints including Oxford University Press and, latterly, Bloodaxe Books.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Letters, cards, e-mail print-outs, poems, prose articles, miscellaneous printed and photocopied texts, and photographs, recording the friendship between the poets Anne Stevenson and Angela Leighton.
Three postcards, five greetings cards and a letter from Stevenson to Harwood. With word-processed and typed copies of three poems ('Who's joking with the photographer?', 'The inn' and 'The miracle of Camp 60') and a broadcast talk ('Overhearing T. S. Eliot') by Stevenson. Four of the greetings cards contain printed poems by Stevenson ('Carol of the birds', 'The unaccommodated', 'It looks so simple from a distance...' and 'Christmas comfort and the green man').