Schedule of Unrest selects from John Wilkinson's collections of poetry published from 1974 to 2008. A growing readership is seeking ways into an impassioned and beautiful body of writing. The unfamiliarity of its surfaces and soundscapes have too long delayed its appreciation.
Wilkinson's classic, Proud Flesh, is a journal of love's intensities and convulsions. Panning across its characters like a camera, this is lyric poetry as film noire, filled... Læs mere
The Lyric Touch brings together essays by John Wilkinson on twentieth century British and American poetry, several now recognised as classic... Læs mere
Down to Earth is at once a road poem of the American mid-West, an epic of migration and ubiquitous borders, and a meteorological model of energy transfer. This book knows no... Læs mere
Lake Shore Drive is John Wilkinson's most public, openly political and expansive book - wide-ranging and variously vernacular in both scope and form - en route between New York City, East London and the Welsh, Cornish and Indiana shorelines.