Raymond Garlick
Born London, England, UK
Occupation Poet and editor
Religion Roman Catholicism

Raymond Garlick (born 1926) is an English language poet and editor who lives in Wales.[1][2] Garlick was born in London in a Jewish family, but grew up in Llandudno, and studied English literature at the University of Wales, Bangor. Whilst there, he converted to Roman Catholicism. He founded and edited the Anglo-Welsh Review.

His works

  • Poems from the Mountain-House (1950)
  • Landscapes and figures: Selected poems 1949-63 (1964)
  • Anglo-Welsh Poetry, (1480-1980) (ed.)
  • Travel Notes (1992)
  • The Delphic Voyage and Other Poems (2003)

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