Peter J. King

Peter J. King (b. Boston, Lincolnshire) was active on the London poetry scene in the 1970s, but was seduced into the academic world by philosophy.  Returning to poetry in 2013, he has been published in numerous journals and anthologies, and his latest collections are Adding Colours to the Chameleon (2016, Wisdom’s Bottom Press) and All What Larkin (2017, Albion Beatnik Press; second edition due in June 2019).  He runs the “In the Pink” series of readings at Pembroke College, Oxford.