Neil Curry, a graduate of the University of Bristol, is a freelance writer, poet and critic who lives in the Lake District. His monograph on Christopher Smart was published in 2005 by Northcote House and his edition of Smart's Selected Poems will be published in 2008. His verse translations of Euripides, published by Cambridge University Press, have been widely performed in this country and in America. Four collections of his own poetry - one a Poetry Book Society Recommendation - have been published by Enitharmon Press, who also published his Selected Poems entitled Other Rooms in October 2007. In the same month Bookcase published his topographical book on the Cumberland Coast.Greenwich Exchange have published his study of Alexander Pope and of George Herbert. He has recently published a book called "Six Eighteenth Century Poets". and is now working on a full-length study of William Cowper
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