Penelope Shuttle has written a number of award-winning poetry books. Redgrove's Wife (Bloodaxe Books, 2006), for example, was short-listed for both the Forward Prize and the T. S. Eliot Award. She also received a Cholmondeley Award in 2007. Shuttle has tutored for The Arvon Foundation, The Poetry School, and numerous workshops in the UK. She gives many readings of her work, and this year is appearing at Cheltenham, The Wordsworth Trust, and numerous other venues.
Founded in 1980 by New York-based poet Philip Fried, The Manhattan Review has won praise for its balance of American and international poetry, its distinguished interview series, and its many firsts. The Library Journal placed MR in its "highly recommended" category, and the New Magazine Review saluted MR for combining "strong translations with poetry written by those whose roots lie buried in American soil."The Manhattan Review
Fall / Winter 2012-13