Philip Gross’s A Bright Acoustic is a homage to the act of listening. These poems not only chart the varied noises that surround us, drawing attention to both urban and natural soundscapes, but they also resonate with their own sound-effects. Gross’ form is similarly striking, and his use of indented lines and white space fits […]
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The River Next Door

Philip Gross

PUBLISHED ON: 25/07/17

CATEGORY: Poetry

From The River Next Door Taff valley, Quakers Yard 1. The garden comes down to the river… with drowned corn-dolls of flood-wrack in the wire, our fict …

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Philip Gross launches ‘Later’ at Aberystwyth Arts Centre

Jake Oliver

PUBLISHED ON: 09/01/14

CATEGORY: Blog

Reading to an audience, ‘half of whom are writers’, at the Aberystwyth Arts Centre bookshop just before Christmas, Philip Gross officially let Later, …

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Second Annual Flash Fiction Day, Swansea

Gwen Davies

PUBLISHED ON: 23/01/13

CATEGORY: Blog

Tomorrow! Second annual flash fiction event, Imagistic, is in Swansea this Thursday, with the writers Philip Gross, Rhian Edwards, Judith Heneghan and …

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Poems from Deep Field

Philip Gross

PUBLISHED ON: 29/05/12

CATEGORY: Poetry

Three poems: Seep Jacob’s Island Coming of Age Philip Gross’ The Water Table won the TS Eliot Prize 2009, I Spy Pinhole Eye was Wales Book of The Year …

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Philip Gross Scoops Wales Book of the Year

Kathryn Gray

PUBLISHED ON: 01/07/10

CATEGORY: Notes

Philip Gross has scooped the £10,000 Wales Book of the Year award for I Spy Pinhole Eye, an ekphrastic collaboration with photographer Simon Denison. …

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T.S. Elliot Prize goes to Phillip Gross

Kathryn Gray notes that Philip Gross has won the 2009 TS Elliot Prize with his poetry collection The Water Table

PUBLISHED ON: 19/01/10

CATEGORY: Notes

The 2009 T. S. Eliot Prize has been won by Philip Gross. The prize is the most prestigious in British Poetry. Philip’s winning book, The Water Table, …

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