D.A. Prince

D.A.Prince is a poet and reviewer living mainly in Leicestershire but also in London. A taste for lighter verse and political satire meant her first published work appeared in the competition pages of the New Statesman and the Spectator but from the mid-1990s this also developed into what (for want of a better word) might be called ‘proper’ poetry. Publication in a wide range of literary magazines resulted in three pamphlets (two of these with Pikestaff Press) and then a full-length collection, Nearly the Happy Hour, with HappenStance Press in 2008. Her second collection, Common Ground (HappenStance Press, 2014) won the East Midlands Book Award 2015 and her latest publication is a pamphlet, Bookmarks (HappenStance Press, 2018). 

D.A. Prince


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