Ken Smith began publishing his poetry while studying English at Leeds University with Geoffrey Hill, and won a Gregory Award for his first pamphlet of poetry. He held many positions, including Writer-in-Residence at Wormwood Scrubs Prison, and published several acclaimed collections of poetry including Wild Root, which was nominated for the T S Eliot Prize.
|The Abel Baker Charlie Delta Epic Sonnets||1979|
|The Hawkwood Sequence||26 October 1983|
|Other Branch Reading||27 September 1984|