Poetry of the Now is a collection of contemporary poetry and text-based work, including small press publications, chapbooks, and magazines. It was founded at Brunel University’s Centre for Contemporary Writing by Dr William Watkin and Dr Angela Brady in 2005. William Watkin is Divisional Lead, Creative Writing and English, at Brunel. Angela Brady is now a Professor in the School of English and Drama at Queen Mary University London.
The print collection of poetry and related materials remains at Brunel and can be consulted in the Special Collections reading room, but the closely related collection The Archive of the Now is held at Queen Mary University London. Both collections aim to preserve material that could otherwise be lost, to represent the diversity of poetic practice, and to support emerging artists.
Amongst authors represented in both these collections is Angela Brady; you can find out more about her work at her page.
Much of her work is also held in the main library collection at Brunel: search the library catalogue.