HOROVITZ, Michael. British, b. 1935. Genres: Poetry, Literary criticism and history, Translations, Art/Art history, Music. Career: Ed. and Publr., New Departures intnl. review, 1959-. Director, Live New Departures road show, 1959-, World's Best Jam art circuses, 1966-, and International Poetry Olympics festivals, 1980-. Painter, singer, musician, songwriter, poet, and critic. Publications: (trans.) Europa, 1961; Alan Davie, 1963; Declaration, 1965; Strangers: Fauve Poems, 1965; Poetry for the People: A Verse Essay in Bop Prose, 1966; Bank Holiday: A New Testament for the Love Generation, 1967; The Wolverhampton Wanderer: An Epic of Football, Fate and Fun, 1970; Love Poems, 1971; A Contemplation, 1978; Growing Up: Selected Poems and Pictures 1951-1979, 1979; (trans.) The Egghead Republic, 1979; Midsummer Morning Jog Log, 1986; Michael Horovitz Goes Visual, 1987; Bop Paintings, Collages, Drawings and Picture Poems, 1989; Wordsounds & Sightlines: New & Selected Poems, 1994; A New Waste Land, 2000. EDITOR: Children of Albion, 1969; Poetry Olympics Anthology, 3 vols., 1980-83; A Celebration of and for Francis Horovitz (1938-1983), 1984; Grandchildren of Albion, 1992; The POW! Anthology, 1996; The POP! Anthology, 2000. Address: PO Box 9819, London W11 29Q, England.