Henry Graham

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Henry Graham (born 1 Dec 1930 in Liverpool) is a British poet. Educated at the Liverpool College of Art in the early 1950s, he was part of the Liverpool poetry scene in the 1960s, and he is presently one of the poetry editors of the British literary magazine Ambit. Graham was a lecturer in art at The John Moores University for many years and is now retired and still living in Liverpool. His most recent book of poems was published by Driftwood Publications on Merseyside. His achievements were noted by the award of Arts Council Literature Awards in 1969, 1971 and 1975.


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