Poetry. The young, English experimental poet Miles Champion has established an impressive reputation on this side of the Atlantic, tweaking the sense that the British are more poetically staid than Americans. When we ask about a younger generation of adventous poets in England--is anybody negotiating the more radical possibilities stirring in recent decades--Miles Champion is one of the very, very few names always popping up . . . THREE BELL ZERO puts attractively varied flesh on the positive buzz --Bruce Andrews.
Miles Champion was born in Nottingham, England, in 1968, and has lived in New York since 2002. His other books include Compositional Bonbons Placater, Three Bell Zeror, and How I Became a Painter, an illustrated interview with the English artist Trevor Winkfield. He is the editor of Tom Raworth's selected poems, As When.Author City: NEW YORK, NY USA