MICHAEL BLACKBURN is a poet, writer and retired lecturer (English Literature and Creative Writing). Previous roles: editor on Stand Magazine, founder/editor Harry's Hand, Sunk Island Review; Literature Development Worker, Festival Director; freelance writing tutor and workshop leader; writer of the Currente Calamo column of The Fortnightly Review. He lives in Lincolnshire, England.


Poems in Atop The Cliffs magazine (2022).

Poetry Titles:
Said Marlow Suddenly (2021)
After Richmond (2019)
microliths/micropoems (2019)
Albion Days (2016)

Poetry Anthologies:
Land Of Three Rivers (Bloodaxe, 2017)
Something Happens, Sometimes Here (Five Leaves, 2015)

Proust-Its: Annotations To Proust (Kindle, 2020)
Sucks To Your Revolution (Kindle, 2015)


Atmospheric Chambers + Colourworld, Introduction to catalogue of exhibition of works by Geoffrey Mark Matthews and Colin Davis, Lincoln, 2018 (Perennisperegrinator Press, 2018).

After Richmond, Introduction, images and text for exhibition of works by Geoffrey Mark Matthews, Colin Davis and Michael Blackburn at the Sam Scorer Gallery, Lincoln, 2019 (Perennisperegrinator Press, 2019)

Bibliography: The Constitution of Things; Why Should Anyone Be Here And Singing?; Backwards Into Bedlam; The Prophecy Of Christos; The Ascending Boy;
Eskeleth And Apples; Let's Build A City; Big On The Hawkesbury; Pocket Venus; Spyglass Over The Lagoon; Albion Days; After Richmond; microliths/micropoems.

Art Zero, established 1999.

Delve into the original archives of Art Zero, 1998-2005.