Next Generation poets (2004)

Next Generation poets (2004)

The Next Generation poets are a list of young and middle-aged figures from British poetry, mostly British, compiled by a panel for the Poetry Book Society in 2004. This is a promotional exercise, and a sequel to the New Generation poets. The 'Next Generation' was followed by Staple Magazine's 'Alternative Generation' (2005) which selected a group of poets from the UK's small press output. The 'Next Generation' list comprises:

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