Samuel Rogers is a poet-critic, and a Senior Lecturer at UWE Bristol. His expertise are in twentieth-century and contemporary poetry, particularly of Britain and America. One strand of his research focuses on ideas of landscape and identity in relation to mainstream and modernist poetics. Currently, he is pursuing challenge-led, interdisciplinary projects which analyse the wellbeing value of reading poetry. His work has appeared in English, PERVERSE, Streetcake, Symbiosis, Tears in the Fence, and the Yearbook of English Studies, among other places. He is a Co-Editor of the Modern Language Review. Tweet @SJWRogers.