Giles Goodland has written several books of poetry, among them Littoral (Oversteps, 1996), A Spy in the House of Years (Leviathan, 2001) and Capital (Salt, 2006). He lives in London and works on a dictionary.
Sample poem: Extract from Littoral
In the way that several day’s rain
reveals old streamcourses
in drained fields, a groundwater
wells upwards as if
her substance had always
been tabled inches below the turf.
Giles Goodland, whose book, Littoral, was published by Oversteps, will be featured with other visual poets at an exhibition of Visual Poetics at the Poetry Library, RFH, from 12th February to 14th March.[14-Jan-13 Exhibition,Giles Goodland,Royal Festival Hall,Saison Poetry Library,Visual Poetics,Visual Poetry]