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Zoƫ Brigley: Bibliography

This page provides links to a number of bibliographies that show my research interests and reading. I have broken the reading lists down into a number of categories which include:

  • Cyborgs and Clones
  • Feminist Writing, Feminist Poetry
  • Frida Kahlo
  • Mythologies
  • The City
  • The Minor Literature

The main texts that I focus on in the body of the thesis are as follows:

Gwyneth Lewis


Lewis, Gwyneth. ‘Caught Between Two Culture’. Guardian Website.

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Chaotic Angels. Tarset: Bloodaxe, 2005.

— ‘Gwyneth Lewis in America’ (Interview with Katherine Gray). New Welsh Review. Vol. 70. 8-13.

—‘Gwyneth Lewis talks to Richard Poole’. Poetry Wales. Vol. 31:2 (1995), 24-9.

— ‘Negotiations’ (Interview by Ian Gregson). Planet: the Welsh Internationalist. Vol. 173. 50-56.

— ‘On writing poetry in two languages’. Modern Poetry in Translation. Vol. 7 (1995). 80-3.

— Personal Interview. 3rd April 2007.

— ‘Tenuous and Precarious: The Comic Muse’. Poetry Review. Vol. 88.3 (1998). 17-19.




 Pascale Petit
Petit, Pascale. ‘Private and Public Wars’. The New Welsh Review. 72 (2006). 8-14.


—Personal Interview. 7th December 2006.


—Reading. The Guardian Hay Festival. 27th May 2006.


—‘Self Portrait with Monkey’. Free Verse Website: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics. Spring 2003. 26th February 2007. <>


The Heart of a Deer. London: Enitharmon Press, 1998.


The Wounded Deer. Huddersfield: Smith/Doorstop Books, 2005


The Zoo Father. Bridgend: Seren, 2001.


— ‘Your definition of a Desperado poet suits me’. Interview with Lidia Vianu. Desperado Poetry Website. 26th February 2007. <>.



Deryn Rees-Jones


Phillips, Janet. ‘Don’t Look Back’. Rev. of Quiver by Deryn Rees-Jones. Poetry Review. 94.3 (2004): 72 -74.


Rees-Jones, Deryn. Consorting With Angels: Essays on Modern Women Poets. Tarset: Bloodaxe, 2005.

— ‘Nothing That Is Not There and Nothing That Is’. Contemporary Women’s Poetry: Reading/Writing/Practice. Ed. Alison Mark and Deryn Rees-Jones.

—ed. Modern Women Poets. Tarset: Bloodaxe, 2005.

Quiver. Bridgend: Seren, 2004.

—'Quiver'. The Poetry Library – Poetry Magazines. Spring 2004. <>.

—Personal Interview. 15th July 2006.

— ‘The Politics of Seeing’. Rev. of Marriage by David Harsent. Poetry Review. 92.2 (2002): 74-76.




Useful Links


G Lewis

Gwyneth Lewis' website

P Petit

Pascale Petit's website

D Rees-Jones

Deryn Rees-Jones based at the University of Liverpool