FRANCE, Linda. British, b. 1958. Genres: Poetry. Career: Workers' Educational Association, Newcastle upon Tyne, England, tutor, 1985-95. University of Newcastle upon Tyne, tutor at Centre for Continuing Education and School of English, 1987-. Tutor for Arvon Foundation. Publications: Acts of Love, 1990; Red, 1992; (ed.) Sixty Women Poets, 1993; (with B. Aris) Acknowledged Land, 1994; The Gentleness of the Very Tall, 1994; Diamonds in Your Pockets, 1996; Storyville, 1997; The Simultaneous Dress, 2002; I Am Frida Kahlo, 2002. Work represented in anthologies. Address: c/o Bloodaxe Books Ltd., High Green, Tarset, Northd. NE48 1RP, England.
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