Gerard Woodward is the author of a number of novels, including Nourishment and an acclaimed trilogy comprising: August (shortlisted for the 2001 Whitbread First Novel Award), I'll Go to Bed at Noon (shortlisted for the 2004 Man Booker Prize) and A Curious Earth. He was born in London in 1961, and published several prize-winning collections of poetry before turning to fiction. His collection of poetry, We Were Pedestrians, was shortlisted for the 2005 T. S. Eliot Prize. His most recent poetry collection, The Seacunny, was published in 2012. He is Professor of Creative Writing at Bath Spa University.
about this time of day I start to worry that Donald Trump is probably waking up
by @GerardWoodward - 23 days ago
@realDonaldTrump oh go to bed
by @GerardWoodward - 26 days ago
RT @damocrat: When you've lied your arse off, promised millions of lunatics the Earth, accidentally won, and reality hits.
in case you were wondering, this is an image of the People's Palace, Bucharest, made from Lego https://t.co/ha9dOGdSHg
by @GerardWoodward - one month ago
RT @gardener_the: In wake of lamentable #Heathrow decision console yourself with a fine & apposite novel - 'Vanishing' by @GerardWoodward
25359804762 - 3 months ago
This week I'll be reading from Legoland at the Cork Short Story Festival with Alan Heathcock - thursday eveing
25359804762 - 4 months ago
interesting piece here on Vanishing
25359804762 - 5 months ago
I'll be reading from Legoland at the Frome Festival, Wednesday 6th July 6.30pm, Frome Library - there should still be time to get back for the football afterwards
25359804762 - 10 months ago
http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/arts/books/fiction/article4681651.eceNice review of Legoland in The Times today
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