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60 word bio:

Peter Hague has written poetry most of his life and always returned to it, like it was some sort of duty – a way of explaining the world – or testing it. Being a creative director kept him close to the visual arts, but he is now devoting his time to poetry and two books are now available with more to follow.
https://www.peterhague.com

120 word bio:

Peter Hague has written poetry most of his life and always returned to it, like it was some sort of duty – a way of explaining the world – or testing it. His recent books are ‘Hope in the Heart of Hatred’, regarded as a bridging book between his earlier work, and also ‘Gain of Function’, which is a collection produced from the work he is publishing now on a daily basis. A number of other books are in production, encompassing both the exciting work he is doing now and the revival of his early output, stretching back to the nineteen-seventies, having finally decided to concentrate his remaining years on a quest to become a respected voice in poetry.
https://www.peterhague.com

180 word bio:

Peter Hague has written poetry most of his life and always returned to it, like it was some sort of duty – a way of explaining the world – or testing it. His recent books are ‘Hope in the Heart of Hatred’, regarded as a bridging book between his earlier work, and also ‘Gain of Function’, which is a collection produced from the work he is publishing now on a daily basis. A number of other books are in production, encompassing both the exciting work he is doing now and the revival of his early output, stretching back to the nineteen-seventies, having finally decided to concentrate his remaining years on a quest to become a respected voice in poetry.

Throughout the preceding decades Peter Hague was employed as a creative director at a number of design and advertising agencies before going it alone as a freelance art director and designer. He has also been known as a digital artist, going by the art name of 'e-brink'. There is an e-brink web site displaying many of his creations.
https://www.peterhague.com

"…and always returned to it, like it was some sort of duty – a way of explaining the world – or testing it. "

Here are some images of the books I have published so far…
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"Always be a poet, even in prose"

Charles Baudelaire – French Poet – 1821-1867


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