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"In April 1965 at SUNY [Andrew] Crozier produced a foolscap anthology of Thirteen English Poets, titled SUM, which reflected his clear sense of a dialogue taking place between poets of both countries. If the Grove Press anthology was to make the little islanders aware of what was taking place in America, then Crozier was determined that the innovative poetry, far distant from the acceptable face of Faber & Faber, that was being written in England should be presented to his American hosts." Ian Brinton • PN Review

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