Items where SHU Author is "Tarlo, Harriet"

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TARLO, Harriet and TUCKER, Judith (2019). Poetry, painting and change on the edge of England. Sociologia ruralis.

TARLO, Harriet (2018). From cut flowers. Seedings, 5, 116-121.

TARLO, Harriet and TUCKER, Judith (2017). ‘Off path, counter path’: contemporary walking collaborations in landscape, art and poetry. Critical Survey, 29 (1), 105-132.

TARLO, Harriet (2012). 'An insurmountable chasm?': re-visiting, re-imagining and re-writing classical pastoral through the modernist poetry of H.D. Classical Receptions Journal, 4 (2), 235-260.

TARLO, Harriet (2011). 'The page is slowly turning black': Rachel Blau DuPlessis’s 'Torques: Drafts 58–76',. Jacket2.

TARLO, Harriet (2009). Recycles : the eco-ethical poetics of found text in contemporary poetry. Journal of Ecocriticism, 1 (2), 114-130.

Book Section

TARLO, Harriet and TUCKER, Judith (2017). “Drawing closer”: an ecocritical consideration of collaborative, cross-disciplinary practices of walking, writing, drawing and exhibiting. In: BARRY, Peter and WELSTEAD, William, (eds.) Extending ecocriticism : crisis, collaboration and challenges in the environmental humanities. Manchester, Manchester University Press, 47-69.

TARLO, Harriet (2013). Brother MacSweeney and the new-old English poet language is a steady stick. In: BATCHELOR, Paul, (ed.) Reading Barry MacSweeney. Bloodaxe Books / Newcaslte University.

TARLO, Harriet (2010). The new comes forward : Anglo-American modernist women poets. In: MARSH, Nicky and MIDDLETON, Peter, (eds.) Teaching modernist poetry (Teaching the new English). Palgrave Macmillan.

Authored Book

TARLO, Harriet (2016). Field. Shearsman Books.

TARLO, Harriet (2015). Poems 2004-2014. Bristol, Shearsman Press.

Edited Book

TARLO, Harriet, ed. (2011). The ground aslant: an anthology of radical landscape poetry. Exeter, Shearsman Books.

TARLO, Harriet, ed. (2011). The ground aslant : radical landscape poetry. Shearsman Books.


DOBSON, Joanna (2017). Nesting in English fields : bird narratives and the re-imagining of post-war Britain. Masters, Sheffield Hallam University.

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