Collection of interviews: read more
- A reader in mind (with Jane Davies)
- Whatever serves the poem is right (with Peter Swaab)
- Through frosted glass (with Ian Sanson)
- Making something of life (with Michael Bradshaw)
- The Poetry Kit interviews'(with Ted Slade)
- There has to be torque in poetic talk (with Marcus Perryman)
- Occasion to revise or think again (with Marcus Perryman)
'A reader in mind'
Peter Robinson in conversation with Jane Davies
Jane Davies: Can you tell us about what you think happens when you finish poems and they go out into the world - either at a reading or in published form? Do you ever think about their future? read more...
'Whatever serves the poem is right'
Peter Robinson in conversation with Peter Swaab
Peter Swaab: Stravinsky was asked one time whether he would consider teaching in a university, and he answered that he wouldn't, not because he had any hostility to academic criticism of music, but read more...
'Through frosted glass'
Peter Robinson in conversation with Ian Sansom
Ian Sansom: John Ashbery recently described your work as 'curiously strong' and you've also been called the finest poet of your generation. You've published two collections with Carcanet, read more...