About William Gibson

William Gibson was an editor of the Pacific Review for several years, and is currently on scholarship at Leeds University where he is doing research on Tobias Smollett.


William Gibson Has written the following articles:


Slightly Lovely Stuff

As Reviewed By: William Gibson Last Poems by James Schuyler. Slow Dancer Poetry, 1999. £7.99 James Schuyler, the Chicago born winner of the 1981 Pulitzer prize, is dead–and has been since 1991. Nonetheless, Slow Dancer Poetry has finally brought out his aptly named Last Poemsfor the first time in the UK. Schuyler, friend of Ashbery and […]

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Light And Sound

As Reviewed By: William Gibso The Sound of Light by John Heath-Stubbs. Carcanet, 1999. 72 pp. £7.99. I once spent a drunken evening in London with twice short-listed for British Poet Laureate John Heath-Stubbs, OBE. We traded dirty limericks and did not discuss poetry at all. Heath-Stubbs publishes short books of poetry about once a […]

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