Emil Holms Kanal 6, 2300 København S, KUA1, Bygning: 24.3.48
For almost thirty years I have been the Contributing Editor of the Powys Journal, of which I have ben since 2010 the Editor. My interests are extensive, ranging across all parts of the English-writing world, and beyond, to art history, comparative literature, literary theory and book history. I regularly teach courses on Shakepseare, Jane Austen, Chaucer and other canonical English writers. Less often I teach courses on recent and contemporary experimental poetry; one course, on ‘Rotten English’, is based on a long engagement with the work of the Nigerian author Ken Saro-Wiwa. Many of my recent publications have been on modern and contemporary poetry, from Thomas Hardy and Gerard Manley Hopkins to Derek Walcott, Roy Fisher, Geoffrey Hill and Anne Blonstein. I have a continuing involvement in literary theory, with opublicatiosn on M.M. Bakhtin and Roman Jakobson, and in book history with a particular interest in punctuation, layout, scripts, and the iconic properties of text.