Philip Gross

Philip Gross’s The Water Table won the T.S.Eliot Prize 2009, I Spy Pinhole Eye Wales Book of The Year 2010, and Off Road To Everywhere the CLPE Award for Children’s Poetry 2011. Deep Field (2011) deals with voice and language, seen through his father’s aphasia – an exploration into identity taken further in his new collection, Later (Bloodaxe, 2013). Caves of Making (Professional & Higher, 2013) is a poetry sequence with an exploration of its origins, set in a radical typeface by Jeremy Tankard. He is Professor of Creative Writing at the University of South Wales, where he leads the MPhil/PhD in Writing programme. Website http://www.philipgross.co.uk

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