Graham Fulton lives in Paisley in Scotland. He’s been writing poetry since the mid-1980s when he joined a writers’ group run by Scottish poet Tom Leonard. Before that he’d written features for punk rock fanzine Stagnant Pool of Disease.
His work has been published in many major magazines,
newspapers, anthologies and online journals, in both the UK and USA, including Poetry Super Highway,
Chaparral, Hidden City Quarterly, Hospital Drive,
The Potomac, Raintown Review, Illya’s Honey,
California Quarterly, Word Riot, Barbaric Yawp,
Ambit, Orbis, Staple, Envoi, Edinburgh Review,
The North, The Glasgow Herald, Stand, Other Poetry.
His collections have been produced by British
publishers Polygon, Mariscat Press, Rebel Inc,
Itinerant, Controlled Explosion Press and Roncadora
Press. His most recent full length collection is
Open Plan from Smokestack Books. Full Scottish
Breakfast is due later this year from Red Squirrel
Press, and Equal Night is due next year from Irish
publisher Salmon Poetry. Visit www.grahamfulton-poetry.com
A chapbook called The Zombie Poem, about trying to
be picked as a zombie extra for the movie World War Z,
is also due out any time now.