Peter J. King was born and brought up in Boston, Lincolnshire. Active on the
London poetry scene in the 1970s as poet, editor, performer, publisher, and
organiser, he returned to poetry in 2013 after a long absence, and has since
been widely published in journals and anthologies. He also translates poetry,
mainly from modern Greek (with philosopher Andrea Christofidou) and
German, writes short prose, and paints. His currently available collections are
Adding Colours to the Chameleon (Wisdom’s Bottom Press), All What Larkin
(Albion Beatnik Press), and Ghost Webs (just out from The Calliope Script).