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About Adam Horovitz

Adam Horovitz published his first full collection of poetry, Turning, with Headland in 2011. He has written a memoir, A Thousand Laurie Lees (History Press, 2014), and released Little Metropolis, a CD of poetry and music, in 2015. The Soil Never Sleeps was released by Palewell Press in 2018. He is also one of Ledbury Poetry Festival’s Versopolis poets.

Articles by Adam Horovitz

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Adam Ramsay is the Co-Editor of openDemocracyUK

Constitutional conventions: best practice

What can Michael Gove - and the rest of us - learn from a new poetry of the soil?

What happens when a poet (and lifelong vegetarian) spends a year on Britain’s stock farms during and after the Brexit vote - and what lessons do farmers have for both Leavers and Remainers?

Jeff Nuttall lives!

Candida Clark introduces Jeff Nuttall, Ann Drysdale recalls an extraordinary life-force who left his subterranean mark on a generation of free spirits in post-1960s Britain, and - alongside two Jeff Nuttall poems - Adam Horovitz celebrates him in verse from a Welsh mountain graveside.

'Next year in Jerusalem': three poems

The young writer Adam Horovitz presents three poems from a recent collection. Its title refers to a prayer Jews offer up at the annual Passover feast, expressing the hope that next year they will be able to celebrate freedom in the city of Jerusalem.

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