Bronwyn, whose works include the bestsellers A Midsummer Night’s Dream, A Winter’s Tale and The Lord of the Rings, has been selected as a featured writer for the Oxford Union’s annual festival of poetry in February.
Bronwyn, who died in 2017, was one of Britain’s most prolific poets in the 19th century.
He was also one of the first British poets to use modern poetic technique in poetry.
His works include a number of bestselling children’s books and a collection of poems, which were collected in The Lord Of The Rings trilogy.
Bronwen Press, who was born in 1774, is known for her poetic prose, which has earned her the nickname of the ‘British poet laureate’.
She died in 2016, aged 90.
Her work includes her most famous book, A Minsummer Night�s Dream, a story about a boy and his dog who travel through a snowy landscape, with the title of the poem: ‘Heaven, it is a long way, a long, long way.’
Bronwyn was an avid reader and was the first woman to receive a scholarship from the Royal Society of Literature.
She is known as the poet laureate of Britain.
In 2017, Bronwyn received the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for her contributions to the field of literature and to British society.
In 2016, Bronwen was awarded the Prix de l’Ouest by the National Society of the Arts for her lifetime contribution to literature and culture.
Bronwn Press is a founding member of the Oxford Contemporary Poetry Centre (OCPC) which is run by the Oxford University Press.
In addition to the festival, Bronwn Press has also curated and published a number in the English-language press.
She is currently writing the first volume of The World of the Poet, which explores the life of Bronwyn.
Bronwyn Press is the recipient of the 2017 National Endowment for the Humanities (NERH) Fellowship for outstanding achievement in the field and for her work in literature.