In their article “Hand-Written Road Maps to Multi-Dimensional Space” István Berszán and Philip Gross investigate the heightened alertness of literary reading and writing in an interview with Gross, the prize-winning British poet and professor of creative writing. After the presentation of the interviewee Berszán ask him questions concerning the kinetic spaces of his literary practices. The itinerary follows issues like place, temporality of occurrences, attention, system and ecology, metaphor, time projection, gesture-resonance and collaboration. Gross seems to be as good a creative playmate during the discussion as he was for children, students, artists or readers who met him in a „collaborative space between”: his answers turn the questions both into hunter and quarry.
Gross, Philip, Lesley Saunders. A Part of the Main. Cardiff: Mulfran Press, forthcoming.
Gross, Philip, Sylvia Kantaris. The Air Mines of Mistila. Newcastle: Bloodaxe Books, 1988.
Gross, Philip. “Halfway-to-Whole Things: Ecologies of Writing and Collaboration”. Extending Ecocriticism: Crisis, collaboration and challenges in the environmental humanities Ed. Barry, Peter and William Welstead. Manchester: Manchester UP, 2017. 30-46.
Gross, Philip. The Water Table. Hexham: Bloodaxe Books, 2009.
Gross, Philip. Love Songs of Carbon. Hexham: Bloodaxe Books, 2015.
Gross, Philip. Deep Field. Hexham: Bloodaxe Books, 2011.
Gross, Philip. The Lastling. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003.
Gross, Philip. The All-Nite Café. London: Faber & Faber, 1993.
Gross, Philip. Off Road To Everywhere. Cromer: Salt Publishing, 2010.
Gross, Philip and Valerie Coffin Price. A Fold in the River. (Seren, 2015.
Gross, Philip and Simon Denison I Spy Pinhole Eye (Cinnamon Press, 2009)
Gross, Philip. A Bright Acoustic. Hexham: Bloodaxe Books, 2017.
Huxley, Aldous. The Doors of Perception. London: Chatto and Windus, 1954.
MacNeice, Louis. „Snow”. Collected Poems. Ed. Peter McDonald. London: Faber and Faber, 2007.