Seán Street is writer, poet and broadcaster. His most recent poetry collection is Camera Obscura (Rockingham Press.) Of his work, The Times wrote: ‘Street unearths loss, memory and redemption from English terrain like few other poets.’ Prose includes works on Gerard Manley Hopkins and the Dymock Poets, and a number of studies of sound poetics, the latest of which, The Sound of a Room: Memory and the Auditory Presence of Place, is published by Routledge. Previous books for Routledge include The Poetry of Radio and The Memory of Sound. He has also written a trilogy of books on sound poetics for Palgrave. He has worked in radio for more than 50 years, and is emeritus professor at Bournemouth University. Born in Portsmouth, he now lives in Liverpool, UK.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Natural History, Photography.