FAIRFAX, John. British, b. 1930. Genres: Poetry, Literary criticism and history. Career: Director, Phoenix Press, Newbury, Berks, 1967-. Director, Writers Studio, Newbury, Berks. Co-Founding Director, Arvon Foundation, Devon, 1968-. School teacher, 1955-62; Arvon Foundation, creative writing centres, co-founder, 1968. Corporate commissioned poems, 2000-. Publications: POETRY: This I Say: Twelve Poems, 1967; Adrift on the Star Brow of Taliesin, 1975; Bone Harvest Done, 1980; Wild Children, 1986; 100 Poems, 1992; Zuihitsu, 1996; Poems '99, 2000. OTHER: The 5th Horseman of the Apocalypse, 1969; (with M. Baldwin and B. Patten) Double Image, 1972; (with J. Moat) The Way to Write, 1981; Creative Writing, 1989. EDITOR: Listen to This: A Contemporary Anthology, 1967; Stop and Listen: An Anthology of Thirteen Living Poets, 1969; Frontier of Going: An Anthology of Space Poetry, 1969; Horizons, 1971. Address: The Thatched Cottage, Hermitage, Newbury, Berks., England.