Dr Andrew Taylor is a Senior Lecturer in English and Creative writing at Nottingham Trent University. His research interests include experimental poetry, ‘linguistically innovative’ poetry, poetics, conceptual writing and the Beat Generation, the role of collage in creative practice and practice as research. He co-edits the poetry journal erbacce and edits the online visual poetry journal M58, as well as being co-publisher and an editor at the small press, erbacce-press. He is the author of Adrian Henri: A Critical Reading (London; Greenwich Exchange, 2019) which is the first critical monograph on Henri. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
Lowdeine Chronicles (with Nick Power) (Liverpool: erbacce Press) June 2019
at first it felt like flying (with Charlie Baylis) (Beaworthy: Indigo Dreams) January 2019
15.11.13 – 5.2.14 (Leeds: Stranger Press, 2018)
Aire (High Peak: Red Ceilings Press, 2018)
March (Bristol: Shearsman, 2017)
Radio Mast Horizon (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2013)
Comfort and Joy (Ten Pages Press, 2011)
The Lights Will Inspire You (Oakland, CA.: Full of Crow Press, 2011)
The Sound of Light Aircraft (Newton-le-Willows: Knives, Forks and Spoons Press, 2010)
A. Taylor, A. Corkish and A. Chell (eds), In the Company of Ghosts: The Poetics of the Motorway (Liverpool: Erbacce Press, 2012)
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