Stan Smith is Professor Emeritus in English at Nottingham Trent University. He has written eight books on modern and contemporary poetry, including two on W.H. Auden. He has edited several collections focussed on literature and politics in the ‘Thirties’, globalisation, travel writing, as well as modernism and post-modernism.
His recent books include Irish Poetry and The Construction of Modern Identity, (Irish Academic Press), and Poetry and Displacement (Liverpool University Press).
His debut poetry collection Family Fortunes ( Shoestring Press) , explores five generations of the Smith family who lived in the square mile of School Brow, Warrington.
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