Poetry. BETWEEN CUP AND LIP is Peter Manson's first American book publication. Containing 18 years of previously uncollected work, BETWEEN CUP AND LIP forms the missing link between two collections published in Britain, For the Good of Liars (Barque, 2006) and Adjunct: An Undigest (Edinburgh Review, 2005), demonstrating the continuum between the prosodically-dense, endlessly considered poetry of the former and the procedural work of the latter.
Peter Manson was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1969. His books and pamphlets include me generation (Writers Forum, 1997), Adjunct: an Undigest (Edinburgh Review, 2005), Before and After MallarmAc (Survivors Press, 2005) and For the Good of Liars (Barque Press, 2006). An audio CD of extracts from Adjunct: an Undigest was released by Stem Recordings in 2004. He co-edits the Object Permanence pamphlet series with Robin Purves, and was the 2005-06 Judith E. Wilson Visiting Fellow in Poetry at the University of Cambridge.Author City: USA