The Journal is delighted to officially introduce our new Editorial Advisory Board which convened in January of this year. The board's remit is to bring a diversity of new perspectives to the Journal, to think creatively about new initiatives and to advise on all aspects of the day-to-day running of the Journal and future directions of travel. The new board members and their research interests are [...]
Gylphi -- the original publisher of the Journal of British and Irish Innovative Poetry -- is making some of the remaining print stock of the first run available for purchase online from this afternoon. Follow this link: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/114401257657Today copies of the inaugural issue are available and later issues will follow.
JBIIP was deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Lawrence Upton in February this year. Lawrence was a major figure in British poetry, distinguished in particular for his contribution to sound and visual poetry, and a prolific collaborator. Lawrence contributed an article on Bob Cobbing for our Cobbing special issue (Vol 4, No 2, Sept 2012, Print edition) and we are delighted to publish this [...]
We are seeking papers for a special issue dedicated to the work of Sean Bonney (1969-2019). The author of numerous pamphlets and full-length collections, including Our Death (2019), Letters against the Firmament (2015), Happiness (2011), The Commons (2011), Document (2008), Baudelaire in English (2007) and Blade Pitch Control Unit (2005), Bonney was a crucial part of [...]
We are delighted to publish the first article in our special collection based on the symposium ‘Peter Larkin: Poetry, Phenomenology, and Ecology’ which took place at the University of Warwick on 26th of April 2017. It is guest edited by Professor Emma Mason of the University of Warwick. A report detailing the symposium by Gabriel James de Sousa was published in Volume 11, Issue 1, 2019. The first [...]
We are delighted to report that the first three articles of our special issue on Race and Innovative Poetry, guest-edited by Professor Sandeep Parmar of the University of Liverpool, have now been published. The authors are Dai George (University College London); Nisha Ramayya (Queen Mary, University of London) and Mary Jean Chan (Oxford Brookes University). More articles by Romana Huk, Dave [...]