Ed. Andrew Taylor
Andrew Taylor is a Liverpool born poet, critic, academic and editor. He is the author of three collections of poetry published by Shearsman Books: Radio Mast Horizon (2013), March (2017) and Not There-Here (2021). He is the author of Adrian Henri: A Critical Reading (2019), the first critical book on the poetry of Henri.
Taylor is editor of M58 an online blogzine that publishes other poetries, and a founder editor of erbacce magazine and erbacce-Press. His criticism appears in magazines such as Orbis, The Journal, Stride and In Other Words: Merida. His poetry has been published in places such as Poetry Wales, The Morning Star, Shearsman, Ambit, International Times, Poetry Salzburg Review and Stride. He has collaborated with visual artists, Edward Chell and Julie Jones, musician and writer, Nick Power (Lowdeine Chronicles 2019) and poet Charlie Baylis, (at first it felt like flying 2019).
He lives in Nottingham and is Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing and English and course leader for the BA (Hons.) Creative Writing at Nottingham Trent University. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and the Higher Education Academy. He gained his PhD in Poetry and Poetics under the supervision of Professor Robert Sheppard.