GRAHAM FULTON‘s poems have been widely published in magazines, anthologies, online journals and newspapers in both Europe and the USA, including Ambit, The North, Edinburgh Review, Gutter, Poetry Book Society Anthology, Stand, Stride, Chapman, Raintown Review, Orbis, Envoi, Poetry Scotland, and Valve.

Graham has published five critically acclaimed full-length collections, and over fifteen pamphlet collections, many of which combine poetry, photography and illustration. He also recently featured in Look Up Glasgow (Freight, 2014) and has worked on translations of Palestinian poetry for a new book called A Bird is Not a Stone due out in Summer 2014 also from Freight.

He runs Controlled Explosion Press, an independent small press publisher in Scotland. For more details of Graham’s work, including future projects, please visit his website.

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