David Kinloch was born, brought up and educated in Glasgow. He currently teaches at the University of Strathclyde where he is Professor of Poetry and Creative Writing. The author of five full collections of poems, he is also a critic and scholar with many publications in the fields of French, Translation and Scottish Studies. He is a Trustee of The Edwin Morgan Trust and helped to set up the first ever Scottish Writers’ Centre.
Some Women (HappenStance, 2014)
Finger of a Frenchman (Carcanet, 2011)
In My Father’s House (Carcanet, 2005)
Un Tour d'Écosse (Carcanet 2001)
Paris-Forfar (Polygon, 1994)
Dustie-Vute (Vennel Press 1992)