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Adam Horovitz

Adam Horovitz is a poet, journalist, and editor. He was born in 1971 in London and raised in Gloucestershire. He has read at events such as Glastonbury Festival and Cheltenham Literature Festival and took part in the inaugural Days of Poetry and Wine Festival in Slovenia in 1996. His poetry has appeared in magazines such as Acumen, Tears in the Fence, SAW, Tellus, Fourth World Review, Hand + Star, Salt’s Horizon Review, and New Departures and in a number of anthologies, including The Orange Dove of Fiji (Hutchinson, 1989), Oral (Sceptre, 1999), Asking a Shadow to Dance (Oxfam DVD, 2009), and The Listening Shell (Headland, 2010). He was poet in residence for Glastonbury Festival website in 2009. He is the author of the acclaimed poem collection Turning (Headland, 2011) and the memoir A Thousand Laurie Lees (History Press, 2014). 

Awen publication:


Adam has contributed four poems to Soul of the Earth: the Awen anthology of eco-spiritual poetry


Other publications:


The Great Unlearning


A Thousand Laurie Lees

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