2010 Fall Literary Festival: Robert Crawford, Thursday, Nov. 11, 6:00 p.m.Ernest F. Hollings Library Program Room
Nov 11, 2010
Born in Lanarkshire, Robert Crawford studied and taught at Glasgow and Oxford, moving to St Andrews in 1989. He has published six collections of poetry and over two dozen other books. A Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, he has given readings and lectures at Berkeley, Oxford and Yale as well as in schools and village halls (smallest audience: four adults and a baby). An experienced broadcaster, he has been a judge of the National Poetry Competion, the T S Eliot Prize, and the David Cohen Prize. Formerly Head of School, he now serves on the University Court.