Sue Dymoke

Poetry: Write, Read, Perform, Listen, Teach

Poetic and Academic identities

For the last few years I have been researching, with fellow poet Jane Spiro, the poetic and academic identities of poets who work in a range of different subject fields in Higher Education. Our article, Poet-Academics and Academic-Poets: Writing identities, practices and experiences within the Academy is the latest outcome from this research. It has just been published in Writing in Practice, Vol 3, March 2017 issue and is available via open access at

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