Harry Man is a poet from South London and living in Teesside. ‘Lift’, his first pamphlet, won the 2014 Bridges of Struga Award.
Harry is a 2016 Clarissa Luard Wordsworth Trust Poet in Residence. He is also a 2016 Hawthornden Fellow and a
2016 TOAST Poet.   His most recent pamphlet ‘Finders Keepers’ is about endangered species across the British Isles, and is created in collaboration with the artist Sophie Gainsley.
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“The poems are packed to bursting with ideas... Harry Man is one of a young generation of poets defining their own ground and changing ours.” - George Szirtes
“Tall Lighthouse has a habit of spotting talent, having published Helen Mort's first two pamphlets. Here, Harry Man looks a poet unique and bold enough to follow in those footsteps. Lift is a debut pamphlet that takes off into orbit, mixing science fiction and science fact, past and future, with language and imagery that sparkles with life. Poems arise from gaming platforms and social media, from time machines and rocket ships, and are sewn with a passion and humour by a poetic voice which displays an endearing understanding of what it is to be human.”                                                                                                                                             - PBS Spring Bulletin 2014