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The late Graham Greene (centre, pictured in 1984, London) is a favourite writer of Sally Read's (PA Archive)

Sally Read explains why she thinks the Mass is a beautiful poem

Sally Read claims that she ‘didn’t write a good poem’ until she was 27. Critics compare her to Sylvia Path, but she feels closer to John Keats (Photo: Dino Ignani)

Miguel Cullen talks to Sally Read, a convert whose acclaimed poetry draws on her experiences as a psychiatric nurse in London

Sally Read, pictured in Rome

To Sally Read, ‘being a Catholic is like being in love’