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Peter Scupham was born in Liverpool. He was Head of English at St Christopher School, Letchworth. Together with his wife Margaret Steward he has restored a derelict Elizabethan Manor house in Norfolk, where they put on plays. With John Mole he founded the Mandeville Press, a small press using traditional letterpress methods of printing. The press produced hand-set editions of work by Geoffrey Grigson, Anthony Hecht, John Fuller and many others. Its archive is now in the British Library. Currently he runs a catalogue book business with his wife, specialising in English Literature. His poetry collections include Borrowed Landscapes (2011), Collected Poems (2003), Night Watch (1999), Watching the Perseids (1990) and The Snowing Globe (1972).
Peter Scupham's work featured in PN Review comprises one report, 44 contributions of poetry, 18 articles, one interview, and 11 reviews, over a period of 49 years. Also available are five reviews of Peter Scupham's work and two interviews with Peter Scupham.
Interviewed by in PN Review 37 (1984)Lessons in Survival (Neil Powell interviews the poet)
Interview in PN Review 240 (2018) in Conversation