Howell, Anthony

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HOWELL, Anthony

HOWELL, Anthony. British, b. 1945. Genres: Novels, Poetry. Career: Ed., Softly Loudly Books, London. Lecturer, Cardiff School of Art, 1990-. Dancer with the Royal Ballet, London, 1966; Lecturer in Creative Writing, Grenoble University, 1969-70, Editor, Wallpaper Magazine 1974-76 Director, Theatre of Mistakes, 1972-84; Currently, Editor Grey Suit, quarterly magazine for art and literature on VHS cassette. Publications: Sergei de Diaghileff (1929) (poetry), 1968; Inside the Castle: Poems, 1969; Imruil: A Naturalized Version of His First Ode-Book (pre-Islamic Arabic) 1970; (ed.) Erotic Lyrics, 1970; Femina Deserta, 1971; Anchovy, 1973; The Mekon, 1976; (ed. with F. Templeton) Elements of Performance Art, 1977; Notions of a Mirror: Poems Previously Uncollected 1964-1982, 1983; Why I May Never See the Walls of China (poems), 1986; In the Company of Others (novel), 1986; Howell's Law (poems); 1990, Near Calvary (selected poems of Nick Lafitte), 1992; First Time in Japan (poems), 1995; Sonnets, 1999; The Analysis of Performance Art: A Guide to Its Theory and Practice, 1999, rev. ed., 2000; Selected Poems, 2000. Address: 80 Sparkford House, Battersea Church Rd, London SW11 3NQ, England. Online address: [email protected];