Oliver, Douglas (Dunlop)
OLIVER, Douglas (Dunlop)
OLIVER, Douglas (Dunlop). British, b. 1937. Genres: Poetry. Career: Journalist for newspapers in England and Paris, 1959-72; University Lecturer in Literature at universities in England, 1975-. Publications: Oppo Hectic, 1969; The Harmless Building, 1973, rev. ed., Three Variations on the Theme of Harm, 1990; In the Cave of Suicession, 1974; The Diagram Poems, 1979; The Infant and the Pearl, 1985; Kind (collected poems), 1987; Poetry and Narrative in Performance, 1989; Three Variations on the Theme of Harm (selected fiction and poetry), 1990; Penniless Politics, 1991;(with A. Notley) The Scarlet Cabinet, 1992; (with I. Sinclair and D. Riley) Penguin Modern Poets 10, 1996; Selected Poems, 1996. Contributor of poetry to journals. Address: c/o British Institute in Paris, 11 Rue de Constantine, 75007 Paris, France.