CREATIVE PUBLICATIONS

Greg Thomas: writer & editor

101 WORDS FOR EDWIN MORGAN. ESSENCE PRESS, 2021.
Poster-poem co-edited with Julie Johnstone of Essence Press, with one-word  contributions from 101 writers, artists, editors, curators and critics in response to the one-word poems of Edwin Morgan, in the year of his centenary-plus-one. here

"LESSUNLESS." 2021.
Candle poem published as part of visual poetry selection in Aww-Struck: Poetic and Critical Responses to the Theme of Cuteness, edited by Isabel Galleymore, Caroline Harris, and Astra Papachristodoulou. Poem Atlas, 2021. Also available as an online exhibition here

FOOD PEOPLE, "NEW FOOD." 2021.
Illustrations for poetry-and-art sequence by Food People (Matthew Hamblin, Lila Matsumoto, Greg Thomas) for Counterflows on Paper, zine published as part of Counterflows Festival 2021. here

"BOOK 1: 1931-53." 2020.
In The Centenary Collection: For Edwin Morgan, edited by Colin Herd. Speculative Books, 2020.  A poem-essay on the scrapbooks of Edwin Morgan, published in an edition of works to celebrate Morgan's centenary. here

CLOUD COVER. ESSENCE PRESS, 2018.
​A permutational poem printed in a semi-transparent concertina booklet, designed to be partially legible from any combination of standing position and viewing angle. Supplied in a small black box 60mm x 60mm with inner loose leaf sheet. £7. A very limited edition of a larger size is also available, 90mm x w 90mm at a cost of £20. contact me for details. here

"BOUSTROPHEDON." 2015
In The New Concrete: Visual Poetry in the 21st Century, edited by Chris McCabe and Victoria Bean. Hayward Publishing, 2015. The New Concrete is an anthology of visual poetry edited by Victoria Bean and Chris McCabe. The book represents visual poetry published from 2000 to the present day and suggests ways in which the original concrete movement of the 1950s and ’60s has been built upon, developed and redefined by subsequent generations of poets and artists. here

"DICOTYLEDON" AND "CIRCLE POEM." 2013--
In Quait 1-2 (2013-) edited by Luke Allan. Sine Wave Peak. Quait was a journal series of formal and concrete poetry published by Sine Wave Peak press. Each issue of the series was dedicated to a different poetic form. The first issue featured ‘dicotyledons’, poems typically comprising two words differing by one letter. The second featured circle poems. here