Dr. Andrew Taylor is responsible for sales, printing, distribution and finance. he is a Liverpool based poet and editor who also writes critical reviews. His PhD is in Poetry and Poetics and he has a BA (Hons) in English and an MA in Writing Studies from Edge Hill University, Lancashire, he currently works as a lecturer in English and Creative Writing at Nottingham Trent University .
Air Vault (Oystercatcher Press) July 2016
Future Dust (Original Plus) April 2015
Radio Mast Horizon, (Shearsman) January 2013
Comfort and Joy, (The Ten Pages Press) e-publication, April 2011
The Lights Will Inspire You, (Full of Crow Press) Oakland, USA, March 2011
The Sound of Light Aircraft, (Knives, Forks & Spoons Press) Newton-Le-Willows, May 2010
The Metaphysics of a Vegetarian Supper, (Differentia Press) on-line, December 2009
Make Some Noise, (Original Press) Cumbria, August 2009
And the Weary Are at Rest, (Sunnyoutside Press) Buffalo USA, June 2008
Temporary Residence, (erbacce Press) Liverpool, October 2007
Poetry & Skin Cream [2nd Edition] (erbacce Press) Liverpool, October 2007
Cathedral Poems, (Paula Brown Publishing) Poole, August 2005
Poetry & Skin Cream, (erbacce Press) Liverpool, December 2004.
Turn For Home, (The Brodie Press) Liverpool and Bristol, August 2003.
Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, Lancashire; Hope University College, Liverpool; Everyman, Liverpool; Tate Liverpool; 3345, Liverpool; The Masque Theatre, Liverpool; The Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ The King, Liverpool; Liverpool Central Library; BBC Radio Merseyside; Collect Gallery, Lark Lane, Liverpool; Sefton Park Palm House, Liverpool and the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
Poems have been published widely including the following magazines, websites and radio stations:
Peggy's Blue Skylight, Neon Highway, The Daily Express, The Liverpool Echo, The (Liverpool) Daily Post, Otoliths, Silenced Press, Zygote in my Coffee, When Skies Are Grey, Benchpress, Kulturewerd, BBC Radio Merseyside, Catholic Pictoral, Edgeways, The People's Poet, Creative Mind, Fire, Mercy, Haiku Scotland, The Melling Leaflet, Type A B Positive, Red Wire, The Binturong Review, Unquiet Desparation, and the Bold Street Blog.