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Dr Joanne Clement


Department: Humanities

Joanne Clement

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • The power to represent, Stone, D., Clement, J., Mccabe, R., Nomo-Ongolo, A. 16 Feb 2023, Whose Heritage?, London, Taylor & Francis
  • Three Reviews: Liz Berry's The Home Child (Chatto), Will Harris' Brother Poem (Granta), Peter Bennett's Naylor & Folly Wood (Bloodaxe), Clement, J. Mar 2023, In: The Poetry Book Society Bulletin
  • Our Earth Inmost: Linda France's The Knucklebone Floor (Smokestack), Pippa Little's Time Begins to Hurt (Arc), and Selena Nwulu's A Little Resurrection (Bloomsbury), Clement, J. Dec 2022
  • Outlandish, Clement, J. 26 May 2022

Creative Writing PhD June 21 2019

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