James Wilkes took a BA in Psychology, Philosophy and Physiology, followed by an MA in Creative Writing. His poetry can be found online and in print, including in Tears in the Fence, Intercapillary Space, The Archive of the Now and Great Works. He has published two chapbooks and contributed to several poetry anthologies including Generation Txt, and has written on contemporary art for Studio International and The London Magazine. He is interested in the material forms of poems and has collaborated on handmade books, sculptures and poem-postcards. He is also working on a Wellcome Trust funded radio drama about brain imaging technologies and the changing ways we legislate and construct the interior lives of others.
Tuesday 7 October 2008, 7.00pm Vibe Live
Poetry and radicalism
"...invigorating, absorbing, and highly educative - delicious and nourishing food for thought..."
Prof AC Grayling, philosopher