John Greening and Kevin Gardner

John Greening is the author of over twenty collections of poetry, most recently The Interpretation of Owls: Selected Poems 1977–2022. His essays on poetry are collected in Vapour Trails and A High Calling. He has taught in Upper Egypt, Scotland and New Jersey, and has lived for many years with his family in Cambridgeshire. Kevin Gardner is a critic, editor and Professor of English at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. He has published numerous essays on poets, from John Dryden to the present, has edited several volumes of the works of John Betjeman, and has worked on anthologies of church elegies (Building Jerusalem), country-house poems (Hollow Palaces, with John Greening) and Norfolk poetry (Before the Dreadful Daylight Starts, with Cameron Self).