A Poetry Archive recording by

Julia Bird

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These poems come from a special recording for the Poetry Archive:

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  • 2 -
    "Jim Fixed it For Me"

  • 3 -
    "Time, Ladies, Please"

  • 4 -
    "The World's Population Visits the Isle of Wight"

  • 5 -
    "This Much is Almost Guaranteed"

  • 6 -
    "Monoglutton"

  • 7 -
    "White Horse"

  • 8 -
    "Covent Garden"

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  • 10 -
    "As The Peacock"

  • 11 -
    "Paper Stars"

  • 12 -
    "From Crammond Beach"

  • 13 -
    "Fire in a Crowded Theatre"

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  • 15 -
    "I Really Should Quit, But"

  • 16 -
    "Opinion"

  • 17 -
    "Magnetic Translation: poetry one one sex"

  • 18 -
    "The Animals Went in Two by Two"

  • 19 -
    "Next Door Girl"

  • 20 -
    "Spiv"

  • 21 -
    "Clip"

  • 22 -
    "Hannah and the Monk"

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  • 24 -
    "What I Would Like is a Birdcage"

  • 25 -
    "Dedication"

  • 26 -
    "Souchong Sevenling"

  • 27 -
    "Supersize Sevenling"

  • 28 -
    "Orange Pips"

  • 29 -
    "But They Wouldn't Want Us to Go Hungry"

  • 30 -
    "Duet"

  • 31 -
    "Pure Maths"

  • 32 -
    "Breathing Pattern"

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  • 35 -
    "To Be Shone on His Body"

  • 36 -
    "Poppet"

  • 37 -
    "Love Poem with Artemia Nyos"

  • 38 -
    "Victoria Street Reel"


Select bibliography

  • Hannah and the Monk, Salt, 2008
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  • Julia Bird Reading from her poems, The Poetry Archive, 2009
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  • Identity Parade: New British and Irish Poets (ed. Roddy Lumsden), Bloodaxe, 2010
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