JOHN MORGAN

John Morgan Ararats Gaze



John Morgan’s poems offer a visual engagement with real, imagined or received experience of landscape, place, identity and myth. His writing often responds in situ to the works of other writers and artists, as well as to the land itself and how it receives and ‘writes’ the identity of the person moving through it. His poems have appeared in a glimpse of, The Learned Pig and Reliquiae, but are mostly published on his own website, Visual [writ]/read/[/ing/]: http://users.aber.ac.uk/jpm/visual/words.html

JOHN MORGAN



John Morgan’s poems offer a visual engagement with real, imagined or received experience of landscape, place, identity and myth. His writing often responds in situ to the works of other writers and artists, as well as to the land itself and how it receives and ‘writes’ the identity of the person moving through it. His poems have appeared in a glimpse of, The Learned Pig and Reliquiae, but are mostly published on his own website, Visual [writ]/read/[/ing/]: http://users.aber.ac.uk/jpm/visual/words.html

John Morgan Not Without

Words-links: membrane, geography, turbulence, dead

Word-link chosen by Ann Matthews for her poem Estuary: turbulent

origins

by John Morgan

aglimpseof 07 John Morgan Origins

words-links: graciousness, bath