Anagrams - the answers

1. T S Eliot – Toilets
2. Carol Ann Duffy – fund a falconry
3. John Burnside – Bed ruins John
4. G K Chesterton – Ken gets torch
5. Sharon Olds – slash donor
6. U A Fanthorpe - paean of hurt
7. Don Paterson – departs noon
8. Ted Hughes – heeds thug
9. Thom Gunn – gun month
10. Emily Dickinson – skinny domicile
11. Elizabeth Bishop – he blitzes phobia
12. E E Cummings – smug ice men
13. Michael Donaghy – hog my enchilada
14. Allen Ginsberg – Bill’s gangrene
15. Seamus Heaney - humane as eyes
16. Louis MacNeice - a nice coliseum
17. Pablo Neruda – adorable pun
18. Dylan Thomas – handy, almost.
19. C K Williams – I will smack
20. W B Yeats – West Bay