- Making something of life (with Michael Bradshaw)
- There has to be torque in poetic talk (with Marcus Perryman)
Talk about Poetry: Conversations on the Art
Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2006
Published in Oxford Poetry vol. 8 no. 1, summer 1994.
The torque in poetic talk: Peter Robinson in conversation with Marcus Perryman
Published in The Animist 1998.
Conducted by e-mail between Sendai, Japan, and London, England, during winter 1997 - 8.
Tell me about your background: Peter Robinson in conversation with Ted Slade
Published in The Poetry Kit Interview 1999.
Available at: https://www.poetrykit.org/pkmag/iv/robinson.htm
Occasion to revise or think again: Marcus Perryman interviews poet Peter Robinson
Published in The Cortland Review June 1999 Feature.
Available at: http://www.cortlandreview.com/features/99/06/
From a conversation taped on 14 March 2000 in Liverpool. Published in The Reader no. 8, March 2001.
The life of a little magazine: Nate Dorward talks to Peter Robinson
This conversation was conducted via e-mail by Nate Dorward in Toronto, Canada, and Peter Robinson in first Parma, Italy, then Sendai, Japan, between September and November 2001. Published in Jacket 20, December 2002.
Available at: http://jacketmagazine.com/20/pbi.html
Left to their own devices: Peter Robinson interviewed by Adam Piette
A sense of process: Katy Price talking to Peter Robinson
Published in Salt no. 17, summer 2003.
A tourist in your other country: Peter Robinson interviewed by Peter Carpenter
Published in Poetry Ireland Review issue 78, 2004.
Al Que Quiere! ‘If Not, Not.’: Peter Robinson in conversation with Steve Clark
Published in Jacket 25, February 2004.
Available at: http://jacketmagazine.com/25/rob-clark.html
Aphorisms as poetry or criticism? An interview by Alex Pestell
There are avenues, aren’t there?
Formed the basis for a profile by Tom Phillips.
Back Now: John Kerrigan Interviews Peter Robinson
Published in Blackbox Manifold no. 9, December 2012.
Poetry written in Britain’s ‘long moment’
Peter Robinson and Tim Dooley conducted this ‘conversation’ by email over a period of four months (September-December 2018). Published in The Fortnightly Review February 2019.