Geraldine Monk

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Geraldine Monk is a British poet.

She was born in Blackburn, Lancashire in 1952. Since the late 1970s her poetry has been published in many anthologies, most recently appearing in the Anthology of 20th Century British and Irish Poetry (ed Keith Tuma, American Oxford).

She is currently a co-publisher of West House Books with Alan Halsey].


  • Interregnum (Creation Books 1994)
  • Dream Drover (Gratton Street Irregulars 1999)
  • Noctivagations (West House Books 2001)
  • Insubstantial Thoughts on the Transubstantiation of the Text (supplement to The Paper 2002)
  • Angel High Wires with Martin Archer (La Cooka Ratcha, C.D. 2001)
  • West House Books
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