a writer of sorts
Will Vigar has an unhealthy obsession with Brutalist Architecture and revels in the beauty of lost causes. He writes poetry about land, sea and skewed nostalgia. He has edited collections of both poetry and comic books.
He is currently working on a collection of site specific poetry; a series of dérives exploring the cities and towns of Norway and a novel that is taking far too long to finish.
LUNAR TATTOOS is his first solo poetry endeavour.
Fiercely Northern, he lives in Hampshire and is not best pleased about it.
PREVIOUS PUBLICATIONS INCLUDE
Going Home: Lost
As Contributing Editor:
Absent Ginsberg: An Anthology of Contemporary Poetry
Zombre: A Borderline Undead Anthology
He has also appeared in The London Magazine with an extract of the upcoming book ‘Tales from the Urban Prairie,’
a psychogeographical study – in poetry and prose – of the unfairly maligned Kelvin Flats Estate in Sheffield.