Andrea Holland wins Sentinel Literary Quarterly Poetry Competition

UEA Tutor in Creative Writing Andrea Holland has won the Sentinel Literary Quarterly Poetry Competition for her poem ‘Svay Pak Mathematics’. Andrea won the 2012 Norfolk Commission for Poetry and the resulting book, Broadcasting, is a collection of poems and MOD-owned photographs based on the requisition of five Norfolk villages in WWII. Her pamphlet, Borrowed, was first stage winner of the Poetry Business Competition in 2006. She has published her poetry in journals such as Mslexia, The North and Rialto and is a contributing reviewer for The Poetry Review. She has collaborated with visual artists on a number of commissioned projects and published articles on collaborative practice, as well as the relationship between writing and visual art. Since Autumn 2013 Andrea has been a contributing editor for the National Poetry Archive with Sir Andrew Motion. She received her MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Massachusetts and her BA from the State University of New York.

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