The Sound We Make Ourselves brings together a selection of writing from forty-five years and includes thirteen poems published in book form for the first time.
Tim Dooley is a tutor for The Poetry School and a visiting lecturer at the University of Westminster. He was a teacher for many years – a head of department in two comprehensive schools and a senior tutor in a tertiary college. He has also taught poetry at Goldsmiths College and been an arts mentor for the Koestler Trust, as well as reviewing for the TLS and writing obituaries for the Times. He has been reviews and features editor of Poetry London since 2008 and will complete his term in that role in Spring 2017.
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