Neil Leadbeater

Neil Leadbeater (b. 1951)
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Neil Leadbeater

Biography

Summary

Neil Leadbeater is an author, poet, essayist and critic, born in Wolverhampton, England and now based in Scotland.

Full Biography

Neil Leadbeater is an author, poet, essayist and critic, born in Wolverhampton, England and now based in Scotland. He was educated at Repton and is an English graduate from the University of London. His work has been published widely in anthologies and journals both in the UK and abroad.

His publications include Hoarding Conkers at Hailes Abbey (Littoral Press, 2010); Librettos for the Black Madonna (White Adder Press, 2011); The Worcester Fragments (Original Plus, 2013); The Loveliest Vein of Our Lives (Poetry Space, 2014) and The Fragility of Moths (Bibliotheca Universalis, 2014). An e-book, Grease-banding The Apple Trees is available as a PDF from Raffaelli Editore, Rimini.

Leadbeater is a member of the International Association of Writers and the Federation of Writers (Scotland). He is a regular reviewer for the on-line magazine Galatea Resurrects (A Poetry Engagement) (USA), an external contributor for the UK to the Romanian journal, Orizont Literar Contemporan (Contemporary Literary Horizon) based in Bucharest and a participant in two translation projects associated with the University of Bucharest.

His work has been translated into Romanian, Spanish and Swedish.

Poems by Neil Leadbeater

There are no poems by this poet on the Scottish Poetry Library website, but we do have items in our library collection.