Peter J. King (b. 1956; Boston, Lincolnshire) was active on the London poetry scene in the 1970s, running Tapocketa Press, and co-founding words worth magazine. In 1980 he took up philosophy, and is lecturer in philosophy at Pembroke College and St Edmund Hall, Oxford. Returning intermittently to poetry, including translation from Modern Greek with Andrea Christofidou, he began seriously writing poetry again in 2013, including translation from German, and has been published in journals such as Tears in the Fence, Dream Catcher, New Walk, The Stare’s Nest, I Am Not a Silent Poet, Three Drops from a Cauldron, and streetcake.
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