DALE, Peter. British, b. 1938. Genres: Plays/Screenplays, Poetry, Education, Literary criticism and history, Translations. Career: Head of English Dept., Hinchley Wood School, Esher, Surrey, 1972-93; Co-ed., Agenda, London, 1982-96; full-time writer, 1993-. Publications: Walk from the House, 1962; The Storms, 1968; Mortal Fire, 1970; (trans.) The Legacy and Other Poems of Francois Villon, 1971, rev. ed. as Poems of Francois Villon, 2001; (trans. with K. Subbiah) The Seasons of Cankam, 1975; Mortal Fire: New and Selected Poems and Translations, 1976; Cross Channel, 1977; One Another (sonnets), 1978, rev. ed., 2002; (trans.) Francois Villon, 1978; Too Much of Water: Poems 1976-82, 1983; (trans.) Narrow Straits, 1985; (trans.) The Poems of Jules Laforgue, 1986, rev. ed., 2001; (with W.S. Milne and R. Richardson) A Set of Darts: Epigrams, 1990; (trans.) The Divine Comedy, 1996; Earth Light: New Poems, 1991; Edge to Edge, New & Selected Poems, 1996; Da Capo: A Sequence, 1997; Under the Breath: New Poems, 2002. PLAYS: Cell, 1975; Sephe, 1981; The Dark Voyage, 1991. PROSE: Michael Hamburger in Conversation with Peter Dale, 1998; An Introduction to Rhyme, 1998; Anthony Thwaite in Conversation with Peter Dale and Ian Hamilton, 1999; Richard Wilbur in Conversation with Peter Dale, 2000. Address: 10 Selwood Rd, Sutton, Surrey SM3 9JU, England.