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Alex Pryce is currently reading for a DPhil in English at Wadham College, Oxford. Her thesis research interrogates issues of feminism, tradition and influence in contemporary Northern Irish poetry, with a focus on the relationship between the 1960s and 1970s generations and more recent women poets.
Since 2010, Alex has served on the steering group of the Postgraduate Contemporary Women’s Writing Network. She also frequently reviews contemporary poetry for magazines and journals including Poetry Review, Poetry London and New Walk. Alex also publishes her own poetry in reputable magazines, is an editor of the Poetry Archive and runs the national poetry podcasting website PoetCasting.
Currently she is working as part of the team involved in the C21 Scholar Project; a skills development programme for graduate students and a hub for digital humanities resources.
‘Feted and Forgotten, Championed and Censored’, Poetry London, Summer 2012.
‘Out into the Unknown: Gwyneth Lewis and Science’, Poetry Wales, Autumn 2011.
‘Being and Becoming: Alex Pryce on Eavan Boland’s Prose’, Poetry London, Autumn 2011.
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Alex Pryce considers how writers are readers, influenced and inspired by the works of other...
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Feminists argue that writing by women has been by and large undervalued by literary culture for...
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Writers respond not only to the context of their own time and experiences in their lives, but...