Bald Glyphs & Psychic Maps: An Examination of Sylvia Plath's "Sheep in Fog"

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Rehan Qayoom

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Rehan Qayoom

Rehan Qayoom is a poet, editor and translator educated at Birkbeck College, University of London. He has featured in numerous magazines and periodicals and performed his work at venues internationally. His books include Seeking Betjeman Country (2006), Prose 1997 - 2008 (2009), After Parveen Shakir (2012), The Borders (2012). About Time (2011) is a collection of his poetry in English. He is the editor of the prose and poetry of Morney Wilson, published as Martyr Doll, Remains and The Recordings (2011) and Chiragh Jaltey Hen: The Unpublished Poetry of Obaidullah Aleem (2012). He lives in London surrounded by books, blogs at http://www.rehanqayoompoet.blogspot.com, and is on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RehanQayoomPage.