Percy Shelley: Poems essays are academic essays for citation. These papers were written primarily by students and provide critical analysis of select poetry by Percy Bysshe Shelley.
Denise Riley's books include Mop Mop Georgette (1993) and SelectedPoems (2000) both from Reality Street Editions. She is a philosopher and criticas well as a poet, editing Poets on Writing: Britain, 1970-1991 for MacMillan in 1992. Most recently she published Time Lived, without Its Flow(Capsule Editions, 2012),an essay on time and the grieving process, and 'Poem: A Part Song' which appeared inthe LRB last February. This Zone/Free Range reading will be a rare and exciting opportunityto see and hear one of Britain's finest poets read from her work.
founded and edits the journal , which features creative-critical intersections between writing and ecology. His poetry collections include Birds of Tifft (BlazeVOX, 2011) and Political Cactus Poems (Palm Press, 2005). His current writing project, Vibrational Communication, focuses on bioacoustics and cross-species listening. For Wesleyan University Press, he is editing an anthology, Earth Bound: Compass Points Towards an Ecopoetics. A former Professor of Environmental Studies at Bates College, Skinner teaches in the Writing Program at the University of Warwick.