Prof Matthew Charles Francis

BA, MA (Cantab) PhD (Southampton)

Prof Matthew Charles Francis


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Best-known as a poet, Matthew is also a novelist, short story writer and critic, with an interest in twentieth-century and contemporary poetry and fiction, and in particular the twentieth-century Scottish poet W.S. Graham.


Rewriting the MabinogiFrancis, M. 2017 In : New Writing.14, 4, p. 1-1110 p.
The Book of the NeedleFrancis, M. 2014 Blaenau Ffestiniog: Cinnamon Press. 272 p.
A Difficult Home:Work, Love and Community in the Poetry of W.S. Graham and Philip LarkinFrancis, M. C. 2013 In : English Studies.94, 5, p. 535-56136 p.
MuscovyFrancis, M. 2013 London: Faber and Faber. 70 p.
Editing W.S. GrahamFrancis, M. 2012 In : Journal of British and Irish Innovative Poetry.4, 1, p. 11-2211 p.
Singing a Man to DeathFrancis, M. 2012 Blaenau Ffestiniog: Cinnamon Press. 156 p.
Rewriting Mandeville's TravelsFrancis, M. 2012 Locating the Middle Ages: The Spaces and Places of Medieval Culture. Weiss, J. & Salih, S. (eds.). London: Centre for Late Antique & Medieval Studies, p. 227-23512 p. (King's College London Medieval Studies)
A Prophet as Unreliable Narrator: Rewriting Arise EvansFrancis, M. 2010 In : New Writing.7, 2, p. 161-17111 p.
MandevilleFrancis, M. C. 2008 London: Faber and Faber. 64 p.
Poems by Matthew FrancisFrancis, M. 2007 In : Poetry Wales.7, 42.4
WhereaboutsFrancis, M. 2005 Toronto: Rufus Books. 52 p.
Where the People Are: Language and Community in the Poetry of W.S. GrahamFrancis, M. 2004 1 ed.Salt Publishing. 201 p.
New Collected Poems of W. S. GrahamFrancis, M. 2004 Faber and Faber.