Simon Perril

Simon Perril's poetry publications include The Slip, In the Final Year of My 40s, Beneath: a Nekyiad, Archilochus on the Moon, Newton’s Splinter, Nitrate, A Clutch of Odes, and Hearing is Itself Suddenly a Kind of Singing. As a critic he has written widely on contemporary poetry, editing the books The Salt Companion to John James, and Tending the Vortex: The Works of Brian Catling. And he has written many book chapters and articles on contemporary poets.

Good to Think With: My Surrealism

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