Ezra Miles is a poet from London. He is about to begin a project in collaboration with Wellcome Collection, generating a series of poems in response to their incunabula (books written before 1501.)
He has read at The Gronthee International Poetry Festival, The Baul and Vaishnav Music Festival, and poetry events around London.
He works in a museum as his day job.
‘…And I mon waxë wod’ – Queen Mob's Tea House, June 2019
Belonging to the Windows/ A Treatment of Widows – Tears in the Fence No. 69 Spring 2019 (print) March, 2019
Endling – The Gronthee No. 4 (print) January, 2019
The Circus – Foxtrot Uniform (print) September, 2018
Not to Be Reproduced, 1937: on variable feet, hereafter – Foxtrot Uniform (print) September, 2018
Moth – Riggwelter Press August, 2018
Empire – Ink, Sweat and Tears August, 2018
This Morning – Allegro Poetry June, 2018
Tremors – Runcible Spoon June, 2018
The Whole – Poetry Pacific May, 2018