TIPTON, David. British, b. 1934. Genres: Novels, Novellas/Short stories, Poetry, Travel/Exploration, Biography, Translations. Career: English teacher, Argentina and Peru, 1960-70. Publications: Poems in Transit, 1960; City of Kings, 1967; Millstone Grit, 1972; Pachacamac, 1974; Atahualpa, 1975; Graph of Love, 1976; Nomads and Settlers, 1980; Moving House, 1982; Sexual Disturbances, 1983; Wars of the Roses, 1984; Freak Summer, 1984; Sea Urchins and Other Poems, 1989; Green and Purple, 1993; Millstone Grit and Other Poems, 1993; Crossing the Rimac, 1995; Family Chronicle, 1997; Amulet against the Evil Eye, 1997; Paradise of Exiles (novel), 1999; Medal for Malaya (novel), 2002; Nordic Barbarians (short stories), 2002; A Sword in the Air (travel), 2003. TRANSLATOR: (and ed. with M. Ahern) Peru the New Poetry: 12 Peruvian Poets, 1970; (and ed. with M. Ahern and W. Rowe) The Spider Hangs Too Far from the Ground, 1970; Common Grave, 1973; (co) A. Cisneros, At Night the Cats, 1985; (co) A. Cisneros, Land of Angels, 1985; (with C.A. de Lomellini) J. Watanabe, Path through the Canedfields, 1998; (with C.A. de Lomellini) T. Mora, A Mountain Crowned by a Cemetery, 2001. Address: c/o Redbeck Press, 24 Aireville Rd, Frizinghall, Bradford BD9 4HH, England.