Vicki Feaver

Vicki Feaver (b. 1943)
Photograph of Vicki Feaver © Shirley Goodwin
Vicki Feaver © Shirley Goodwin



A poet and teacher of creative writing, Vicki Feaver is now an Emeritus Professor of the University of Chichester. 

Full Biography

Vicki Feaver moved to Dunsyre, South Lanarkshire in 2000. She previously taught creative writing at the University of Chichester where she is now Emeritus Professor. She has published three main collections of poetry: Close Relatives (Secker 1981), The Handless Maiden (Cape 1994) and The Book of Blood (Cape 2006). She has been the recipient of a Heineman Prize, a Hawthornden Fellowship, an Arts Council Award and a Cholmondeley Award.

She was one of the poets invited to write on the themes of older age by the Baring Foundation, and her poems on the subject can be found in the resulting anthology, Second Wind (Saltire Society, 2015).