Duncan Glen

Professor Duncan Munro Glen (11 January 1933 – 20 September 2008) was a Scottish poet, literary editor and Emeritus Professor of Visual Communication at Nottingham Trent University. He became known to literature through his first full-length book, ''Hugh MacDiarmid and the Scottish Renaissance''. He published many verse collections, from ''Kythings and other poems'' (1969), ''In Appearances'' (1971) and ''Realities Poems'' (1980) to ''Selected Poems 1965–1990'' (1991), ''Selected New Poems 1987–1996'' (1998) and ''Collected Poems 1965–2005'' (2006). His ''Autobiography of a Poet'' appeared with Ramsay Head Press in 1986. He edited ''Akros'' magazine through 51 numbers from August 1965 and worked to promote Scottish poets and artists. He was a friend and early champion of Hugh MacDiarmid and Ian Hamilton Finlay, among others. Some work from his several volumes of poetry was translated into Italian. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Glen, Duncan.
Published 1972
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