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Jeremy Page (poet)

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Jeremy Page (born 1958) is a British writer, poet[1] and editor. He is the founding editor of The Frogmore Papers.[2] He was born in Folkestone, Kent, and was eductaed at The Harvey Grammar School, the University of Warwick (BA French & Theatre Studies, 1980), the University of Bristol (MA French Drama & Theatre History, 1982) and the University of East Anglia (MA Creative Writing, 1994). He lived in Italy in the 1980s and now teaches at the University of Sussex.

His poetry and short stories have been published in magazines like Acumen, Aesthetica, Agenda (poetry journal), Ambit (magazine), Magma and Seam, and in numerous anthologies. He has published five collections of poems, including The Alternative Version,[3] In and Out of the Dark Wood [4](HappenStance, 2010), and most recently Closing Time.[5] His work has been translated into German and Romanian and has been published in Ireland, Germany and the United States. In 2011 the Ashley Press published his translations of Catullus's Lesbia poems as The Cost of All Desire.[6]

He has read his work widely with poets such as Peter Reading (Folkestone Library, 1995), Judith Kazantzis (Lauderdale House, 2005), Hugo Williams (Dulwich Festival, 2006) and Grace Nichols (Chiddingly Festival, 2008).


  • Bliss (Crabflower Pamphlets, 1989)
  • Secret Dormitories (Crabflower Pamphlets, 1993)
  • The Alternative Version (The Frogmore Press, 2001)
  • In and Out of the Dark Wood (HappenStance, 2010)
  • The Cost of All Desire (The Ashley Press, 2011)
  • Closing Time (Pindrop Press, 2014)


  1. Who's Who in Poetry:
  2. The official Frogmore Press website:
  3. The Alternative Version, The Frogmore Press, 2001, ISBN 0953138399
  4. In and Out of the Dark Wood, HappenStance, 2010, ISBN 9781905939466
  5. Closing Time, Pindrop Press, 2014, ISBN 9780957329065
  6. The Cost of All Desire, The Ashley Press, 2011, ISBN 9780954940317

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