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Sarah Wardle

Poet

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club

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United Kingdom

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Background Information

Employment History

Lecturer

Middlesex University


Poet

Spurs


Poet

Bloodaxe Books Ltd


Affiliations

Royal Holloway

Fellow


SOUTH

Board Member


Education

Cheltenham Ladies' College


Oxford


Classics

Oxford and English


PhD and teaching

Middlesex University


doctorate

University of Sussex


first-class degree

English

Sussex


poetry MA course

Middlesex University


Web References(65 Total References)


Wardle, Sarah | Candlestick Press | Poetry Pamphlets

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Sarah Wardle(b 1969) was born in London and is a lecturer at Middlesex University.
She was Poet in Residence at Tottenham Hotspur Football Club and is the author of three poetry collections - Fields Away (2003), Score (2005) and A Knowable World (2009), all published by Bloodaxe Books. She has also contributed to various anthologies.


Writing & Location :: National Association of Writers in Education ::

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Sarah Wardle gives an insight into her work as writer-in-residence at Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.
Crashing through the Fourth Wall Sarah Wardle elaborates on the theme and content of her workshop delivered at NAWE's Middlesex conference, November 2003.


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Sarah Wardle: Beyond
Bloodaxe Books: Title Page > Sarah Wardle: Beyond Sarah Wardle By Sarah Wardle 'Sarah Wardle writes with great humanity and makes A Knowable World of the indignity, frustrations and fear of acute episodes of mental illness. That's how she manages to get her readers to empathise with all those in the community, both in and out of hospital, who live with the stigma of madness' - Rabbi Baroness Julia Neuberger. 'Sarah Wardle's previous collection, Score!, took readers on an exuberant tour of Tottenham Hotspur FC, where she spent time as writer-in-residence. The change of tenor in A Knowable World, which charts the reel and plunge of the year she spent in a psychiatric facility receiving treatment for bipolar disorder, could hardly be more pronounced. These are, necessarily, poems of deep introspection, in which manic episodes, escape attempts and the baffling helplessness of incarceration are examined with agonised honesty... these are convincing poems, delivered with a tight formality that echoes the strictures under which Wardle found herself, while at the same time providing her with a means of control over a terrifyingly ungovernable situation' - Sarah Crown, Guardian. Sarah Wardle's collection Score! included the text of her 20-minute TV film-poem X: A Poetry Political Broadcast, produced with independent TV company Illumination. Other books by Sarah Wardle:


Wardle, Sarah | Candlestick Press | Poetry Pamphlets

www.candlestickpress.co.uk [cached]

Sarah Wardle(b 1969) was born in London and is a lecturer at Middlesex University.
She was Poet in Residence at Tottenham Hotspur Football Club and is the author of three poetry collections - Fields Away (2003), Score (2005) and A Knowable World (2009), all published by Bloodaxe Books. She has also contributed to various anthologies.


Bloodaxe Books: Title Page > Sarah Wardle: A Knowable World

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Sarah Wardle: A Knowable World
Bloodaxe Books: Title Page > Sarah Wardle: A Knowable World By Sarah Wardle Sarah Wardle Buy this book now from Buy this book now from A Knowable World follows Sarah Wardle's detainment in a Central London psychiatric hospital for over a year for manic episodes of bipolar disorder. The poems chart the stresses of thirty-something city life through police arrests and hospitalisation under section orders to achieve a way out; then the threat and frustration involved in the fight for liberty and the patience needed to achieve recovery. Through commanding and apt expression, Sarah Wardle conveys bleak experience. These cathartic poems are themselves testimony to her ability to overcome the sense of futility, helplessness and panic involved in bipolar disorder. Form and technique have provided a framework for her to re-establish a sense of order and concentration out of chaos. A Knowable World bravely enlightens our understanding of mental illness. 'Sarah Wardle writes with great humanity and makes A Knowable World of the indignity, frustrations and fear of acute episodes of mental illness. That's how she manages to get her readers to empathise with all those in the community, both in and out of hospital, who live with the stigma of madness' - Rabbi Baroness Julia Neuberger 'Sarah Wardle's previous collection, SCORE!, took readers on an exuberant tour of Tottenham Hotspur FC, where she spent time as writer-in-residence. The change of tenor in A Knowable World, which charts the reel and plunge of the year she spent in a psychiatric facility receiving treatment for bipolar disorder, could hardly be more pronounced. These are, necessarily, poems of deep introspection, in which manic episodes, escape attempts and the baffling helplessness of incarceration are examined with agonised honesty... these are convincing poems, delivered with a tight formality that echoes the strictures under which Wardle found herself, while at the same time providing her with a means of control over a terrifyingly ungovernable situation' - Sarah Crown, Guardian Other books by Sarah Wardle:


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