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Catch and Release
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In 2019, the Wigtown Poetry Prize introduced a new category for short collections, the Alastair Reid Pamphlet Prize, named after the much-loved Galloway-born poet, who was such a supporter of the festival.
The category judge, the poet John Burnside, chose Beverley Bie Brahic’s Catch & Release from an exceptionally strong field, and the prize was to be published in a beautiful limited edition set by Gerry Cambridge.
Beverley Bie Brahic is a poet and translator. A Canadian who lives in Paris, she was shortlisted for a Forward Prize with her poetry collection White Sheets (CBeditions) in 2012. Her most recent full collection is The Hotel Eden (Carcanet, 2018), about which the Times Literary Supplement wrote: “It is [her] attention to the stuff of everyday life that makes Brahic’s poetry shine... [The Hotel Eden] also thrums with a delicious erotic energy.”
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