Peter J. King (b. Boston, Lincolnshire) teaches philosophy at Pembroke College, Oxford. His poetry, including translations from German and Greek, has been published in journals such as Acumen, Bare Fiction, Tears in the Fence, Eyot, Dream Catcher, Lighthouse, Molly Bloom, Osiris, Raum, Oxford Magazine, New Walk, and The Interpreter’s House. His latest collections are Adding Colours to the Chameleon (2016, Wisdom’s Bottom Press) and All What Larkin (2017, Albion Beatnik Press). He runs the “In the Pink” series of poetry readings at Pembroke College.
In the unlikely event that you want to know more, here’s a Wombwell Rainbow Interview.
- My Poetry
- Rabindranath Tagore: Reversionings
- Kostas Karyotakis: Translations
- Konstantinos Kavafis (C.P. Cavafy): Translations
- Doros Loizou: Translations
- Gustav Sack: Translations
- Miscellaneous Translations
- In the Pink: Poetry Readings at Pembroke College, Oxford
- Personal Blacklist