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David Agnew was born in Northern Ireland, 1944, and currently lives in Leeds. He has been writing poetry for the past decade, and his poems have appeared in a variety of magazines and anthologies, including two from Valley Press: Patterns of Hope and the Leeds Writers Circle Anthology 2011. His acclaimed first collection Walking into Eternity (2006) was followed by the book-length prose poem First I Dreamt the Journey (2008) and Belfast via Bedlam (2010). 2012 saw the publication of his first book with Valley Press, There Are No Such Things As Seagulls, which collected poems written in recent years on visits to Whitby, North Yorkshire.