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KEITH HOWDEN

Keith Howden was born near Burnley in 1932. He is married, with three children. After National Service and work as a laboratory assistant, he taught English and modern European fiction with a major interest in 'the text as event' at Nottingham Trent University. Among his many poetry pamphlets are Joe Anderson, Daft Jack's Ideal Republics, Pauper Grave, Hanging Alice Nutter and Barlow Agonistes. He has published three full-length collections, Marches of Familiar Landscape (Peterloo 1978), Onkonkay (Peterloo (1984) and Jolly Roger (Smokestack 2012). Recently, with his son, the composer Matthew Howden, he has completed two poetry music collaborations, with accompanying discs: The Matter of Britain (PRE Rome 2009) and Barley Top (Redroom 2013).

 Paperback 6" x 9" 76 pages  ISBN 978-1-326-55058-5  

NOT BLOODY GAWAIN 

Lexicon for the Fisher King
Lo Tsen’s  Map of Lyonnesse   
The Pendragon Manifestos
  The Geologies of Illusion
The Satnav fails Camelot
Forged Metaphor
Crossroads
Within the Sun’s Wheel 
Guinevere’s Piano
The Queen as Whore
What the Varnish saw
Did you want a seat?
A History of the Merlin Engine
A Sorcerer’s Fabrication
The Lancelot Equilibrium
A Grammar for Love
A Grammar for Lust 
Elaine makes it to Page Three
The Great Rustic Paradigm
Nearly  a Happening 
Galahad : Perfection’s Question 
Perfection’s Answer 
Sarras; a million and one maps
Not bloody Gawain
Whose Epithalamium is it anyway? 
A new cartography of Logres 
Do you fancy a drink?
A cup’s circumference 
Morgan le Fay: my sonar acrobatics
Morgana :  the echo of an echo
A Handbook for Mycologists
What you wear is what you are
Morgause : a  Guide to Royal Incest 
A Diploid Algebra
Mere Manipulation 
Nimue sees Darwin right
Making a Splash 
An allegorical analogue
The Thigh in the Wound 

        HANGING ALICE NUTTER 

Three Biters

Making 

Hocus-Pocus

To kindle a child 

Witchwords 

The Witch Finder’s Journal 

Whodunnit 

Evidences

Hanging Alice Nutter 

 

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