Kieron Winn will be the new Poet in Residence at Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford, in the academic year 2018-19.
He will hold regular poetry workshops for students and poetry reading evenings.
His first collection of poems, The Mortal Man, was published in August 2015: please see here for details.
Kieron's poems have appeared in many British and American magazines, including: Agenda, Agni, The Dark Horse, The London Magazine, The New Criterion, New Statesman, Poetry Review, The Rialto, The Spectator and The Times Literary Supplement. Selections of his poems also appear in books such as Carcanet’s Oxford Poets 2007 and Waywiser’s Joining Music with Reason. He has twice won the University of Oxford’s most valuable literary award, the English Poem on a Sacred Subject Prize.
He read English at Christ Church, Oxford, where he was later awarded a doctorate for a thesis on Herbert Read and T. S. Eliot. He is a freelance teacher of creative writing and English literature, including for the Stanford University and Sarah Lawrence College programmes in Oxford, and for Advanced Studies in England in Bath.