Thomas Warner (poet)

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Thomas Warner
Born1979 (age 4041)
Mansfield, England
Alma mater University of East Anglia
Notable awards Eric Gregory Award (2001)

Thomas C. Warner (born 1979) is a British poet. [1]

He graduated with an MA with Distinction in Creative Writing from the University of East Anglia in 2002. [2] He won an Eric Gregory Award in 2001, [3] and was commended in the National Poetry Competition 2014.




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  2. "Creative Writing alumni V-Z and published works". University of East Anglia .
  3. "Tom Warner". British Council . Retrieved 19 October 2014.