Philip John GROSS

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1952-02-27
Education Devonport HS Plymouth, Univ of Sussex (BA), Poly of North London (Dip Librarianship)
Books & Publications >ir< Familiars (1983), The Ice Factory (1984), Cat's Whisker (1987), The Air Mines of Mistila (with Sylvia Kantaris, 1988), Manifold Manor (1989), The Son of the Duke of Nowhere (1991), The All-Nite Café (1993), I D (1994), Scratch City (1995), A Cast of Stones (1996), The Wasting Game (1998, shortlisted Whitbread Prize), Changes of Address (2001), I Spy Pinhole Eye (with Simon Denison, 2002), Mappa Mundi (2003), The Egg of Zero (2006, shortlisted Roland Mathias Prize), The Water Table (2009, T S Eliot Poetry Prize), Off Road To Everywhere (2010); >ir< The Song of Gail and Fludd (1991), Plex (1994), The Wind Gate (1995), Transformer (1996), Psylicon Beach (1998), Facetaker (1999), Going for Stone (2002), Marginaliens (2003), The Lastling (2003), The Storm Garden (2006); >ir< Internal Affairs (shared 1 prize BBC W of Eng playwriting competition), Rising Star (1995); >ir< Snail Dreaming (1997)
Recreations N/A
Clubs Religious Soc of Friends
Style Prof Philip Gross
Career poet; early career working in publishing and libraries; writer and creative writing educator; lectr in creative studies Bath Spa Univ Coll until 2004, professor of creative writing Univ of Glamorgan 2004-; first prize National Poetry Competition 1982, T S Eliot Prize 2009
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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