Jane Griffiths (poet)

Jane Griffiths (poet)

Jane Griffiths (born 1970) is a British poet.

Griffiths was born in Exeter, England, and brought up in the Netherlands. She studied English at Oxford University, and is a past winner of the Newdigate prize for poetry. After gaining her doctorate with research on the Tudor poet, John Skelton, she became an editor on the Oxford English Dictionary.


*"A Grip on Thin Air"
*"Icarus on Earth"
*"Another Country: New and Selected Poems"

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