Monday, 10 February 2014

JHW Biblio

  As a follow-up to the interview with John Hartley Williams which I posted last year, here is a complete bibliography of his work in poetry and prose. Look out for a new collection, The Golden Age of Smoking, later this year.


Forthcoming: The Golden Age of Smoking, Shoestring Press, 2014

A Dream of Kos, Hans van Eijk at the Bonnefant Press, 2013

Death Comes For The Poets (a satirical novel, with Matthew Sweeney), Muswell Press, London 2012

Assault on the Clouds. Shoestring Press, Nottingham 2012

Pistol Sonnets, (reissue), Salt 2012

Hex Wheels. Hans van Eijk at the Bonnefant Press, 2011

Less of That W Or I'll Z You! Surrealist Editions, Leeds, 2011

A Poetry Inferno. Eyelet Press, Nottingham, 2011

Outpost Theatre. Hans van Eijk at the Bonnefant Press, 2009

Café des Artistes. Jonathan Cape, 2009

The Ship. Salt Publishing, 2007

Blues. Jonathan Cape, 2004.

Teach Yourself Poetry Writing (Third edition, with Matthew Sweeney). Hodder & Stoughton, 2008

North Sea Improvisation, a Fotopoem. Aark Arts, 2003.

Mystery in Spiderville. Jonathan Cape, 2002 (Revised edition: Vintage, 2003).

Spending Time with Walter. Jonathan Cape, 2001.

Canada. Bloodaxe Books, 1997.

Teach Yourself Poetry Writing (with Matthew Sweeney). Hodder, 1996.

Ignoble Sentiments. Arc Press, July 1995.

Double. Bloodaxe Books, 1994.

Cornerless People. Bloodaxe Books, 1990.

Bright River Yonder. Bloodaxe Books, 1987.

Hidden Identities. Chatto & Windus, 1982.



Answering Back. Macmillan, 2007

In the Criminal's Cabinet. Nth Position, 2004

A Manifesto: Strong Words. Bloodaxe Books, 2000

Last Words: New Poetry for the New Century. Picador, 1999.

The Firebox. Poetry in Britain and Ireland after 1945. Picador, 1998.

The Long, Pale Corridor, eds. Judy Benson and Agneta Falk. Bloodaxe Books, 1996.

Emergency Kit. Faber and Faber, 1996.

Klaonica: Poems for Bosnia, ed. Ken Smith. The Independent in conjunction with

Bloodaxe Books, 1993.

Poetry With An Edge 2, ed. Neil Astley. Bloodaxe Books, 1993.

The New Poetry, eds. Hulse, Kennedy, Morley. Bloodaxe Books, 1993.

Poetry With An Edge, ed. Neil Astley. Bloodaxe Books, 1988.



Censored Poems. Translations of Marin Sorescu. Bloodaxe Books, 2001.

The Scar in the Stone. Contemporary Poems from Bosnia, ed. Chris Agee. Bloodaxe Books, 1998. (Contributing translator)



Numerous reviews, essays and contributions to the following publications:         

Times Literary Supplement, The London Review of Books, The Independent, The Guardian, The London Magazine, Grand Street, Poetry International, Fulcrum, New Writing (Vintage),The Observer, The New Statesman, Poetry Review, The Literary Review, The Edinburgh Review, Poetry Book Society Anthologies, Angel Exhaust, Agenda, Ambit, Poetry London, Thumbscrew, The Rialto, Stand, Staple, Thames Poetry, Foolscap, The Wide Skirt, New Welsh Review, Poetry Wales, Ramraid Extraordinaire, Dog, Upstart!, The Devil, Staple, Sunk Island Review, P.N.Review, HQ Quarterly, The Wolf, The Warwick Review, Boomerang - also internet publications such as Poetry Daily (US), www.nthposition.com, The Bow Wow Shop etc



2004                TS Eliot Prize finalist (for Blues)

2004                Poetry Book Society Recommendation (for Blues)

1999                Keats-Shelley Memorial Prize

1997                TS Eliot Prize finalist (for Canada)

1997                Poetry Book Society Choice (for Canada)

1987                Poetry Book Society Recommendation (for Bright River Yonder)

1983                First Prize, Arvon Foundation Poetry Competition

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