Poems by Patrick James Errington have won the Wigtown Poetry Prize, The London Magazine poetry competition, the Flambard International Poetry Prize, and the National Poetry Competition, among others, and appear in magazines and anthologies such as The Cincinnati Review, Boston Review, Oxford Poetry, The Iowa Review, Copper Nickel, and Best New Poets. His French translation of P.J. Harvey’s poetry collection, The Hollow of the Hand, was released by Éditions l’Âge d’Homme in 2017 and his own debut chapbook, Glean, is forthcoming in the UK from ignitionpress. A native of Alberta, Canada, and a graduate of Columbia University’s MFA programme, Patrick currently lives in Edinburgh and is a doctoral candidate at the University of St Andrews.
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