Associated with the British Poetry Revival, Maggie O'Sullivan's work is influenced by Kurt Schwitters, Joseph Beuys, Jerome Rothenberg, Bob Cobbing and Basil Bunting.
Read her brilliant interview here: https://entropicsblog.wordpress.com/12-maggie-osullivan/
Maggie O’Sullivan’s books include eXcLa with Bruce Andrews (1993), In the House of the Shaman (1996): red shifts (2001), Palace of Reptiles (2003), all origins are lonely (2003), Body of Work (2006): WATERFALLS (2009), ALTO London Poems 1975-1984 (2009), murmur – tasks of mourning (2011). She is the editor of Out of Everywhere: an anthology of contemporary linguistically innovative poetry by women in North America and the UK (1996) and appears in various anthologies, including Poems for the Millennium, Volume 2. O’Sullivan’s CDs are her/story:eye (2004), States of Emergency (2005). The Salt Companion to Maggie O’Sullivan (2011) collects essays by contemporaries on her work.
Entropics is funded by the University of Southampton Education Enhancement Fund and supported by the Department of English and the Centre for Modern and Contemporary Writing.