Poet, critic and publisher — my interests include philosophy, history, geography, and legacies of Modernism.
I have three collections published by the avant-garde poetry-publisher Veer Books — Xaragmata, Orcs and Sedition Machines. All explore the relationship between the Anglo-American Modernist trajectory in poetry and experimental modes of translation.
My critical writing engages with philosophy, cultural geography and Modernist literature, architecture and art. My first book was a cultural geography of the London Underground, published by Liverpool University Press in 2013. My second book, due out later this year with Bloomsbury Publishing, is a cultural history of Modernist Egoism. A third collection of essays, on Promethean Horror, is now nearing completion.
I am also the chief-editor at a press called Contraband, which publishes New Modernist poetry, philosophy and fiction.