Rosamund Taylor

Rosamund Taylor

In 2016, Rosamund Taylor's work appeared in seven publications, including The Penny Dreadful, Banshee, Crannóg, Agenda and Magma. Her poem, “The Minotaur's Mother”, won the Readers' Award for Orbis, issue 175. She was commissioned to write a sonnet for 154, an anthology of modern poets responding to Shakespeare's sonnets. In 2015, she was short-listed for the Montreal International Poetry Prize for the second time, and was joint second-place for the Patrick Kavanagh award. She was nominated for a Pushcart Prize for her poem, “Between Cupar and Kirkcaldy”, and her work also appeared on the website HeadStuff and in The Stony Thursday Book.

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