Rowland Bagnall

Rowland Bagnall is a freelance writer and poet. He studied English Literature at St. John’s College, Oxford, and completed an MPhil in American Literature at the University of Cambridge. His poetry and reviewing has previously appeared in various magazines, and a selection of his poems is forthcoming in New Poetries VII (Carcanet Press). He is currently working on a first collection.


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Unknown Lands: On Helen Dunmore’s “Inside the Wave” and Amanda Merritt’s “The Divining Pool”
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