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Brian Louis Pearce

Brian Louis Pearce, poet, novelist, lecturer and playwright, MA FLA. FRSA. DipREwas born in Acton, West London, 1933. He is married with one daughter and is an URC elder and lay-preacher, who holds The Baptist Union Diploma in Religious Knowledge (1961). He is a former college librarian, tutor in creative writing, former Examiner for the Library Association in Literature in English 1750 to date. A former chairman of the Richmond Poetry Group; an adjudicator, and member of the London Arts Board Writers in Schools Scheme. Member P.E.N., R.S.L., and the Browning, De La Mare, Hopkins, David Jones, Masefield and Palgrave Societies. From October 1997 to January 1998 he served in a voluntary capacity as librarian of the Theological College of Zimbabwe in Bulawayo.
Brian Pearce’s own poetry includes: 
Selected Poems 1951-73, 1977 (out of print) 
Gwen John Talking, Second Edition, 1996 
Jack o' Lent, 1991 
Leaving the Corner: Selected Poems 2: 1973-85, 1992 
Thames Listener: poems 1949-89, 1993 
"City Whiskers" sequence in The Playing of the Easter Music with Caws and Caseley, 1996 
The Proper Fuss: homage to place, art and people (with essay and checklist), 1996


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