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Mark Ford has published two collections of poetry, Landlocked and Soft Sift, a study of the French writer Raymond Roussel and A Driftwood Altar: Essays and Reviews. He has also edited numerous books, including 'Why I Am Not a Painter' and other poems by Frank O'Hara, Something We Have That They Don't: British & American Poetic Relations since 1925 (co-edited with Steve Clark), The New York Poets: An Anthology and The New York Poets II: An Anthology (co-edited with Trevor Winkfield), and Allen Ginsberg: Poems Selected. Two books are forthcoming: a translation of Raymond Roussel's Nouvelles Impressions d'Afrique and the Selected Poems of Mick Imlah. He is Professor of English at University College London, where he has been teaching since 1995.
Mark Ford's work featured in PN Review comprises two contributions of poetry, six articles, two interviews, and one review, over a period of 25 years. Also available are four reviews of Mark Ford's work and one interview with Mark Ford.
Interviewed by in PN Review 192 (2010)In Conversation with Mark Ford