Oliver Jones is a British-Peruvian poet hailing from London. He holds a BA honours degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Oxford and has edited two anthologies, #refugeeswelcome and #NousSommesParis. His first chapbook, chronic youth was published by Eyewear Publishing in 2016, as was his psychobiography of the current POTUS, Donald Trump: The Rhetoric. His work has appeared in FLAR, Marathon, Northridge Review and elsewhere.
“Punkish and lacerating” – Times Literary Supplement
“An exciting new voice in British poetry” – Chris Jackson
Local Authors and Poets reading from their own work and stories written specifically for Queen’s Park Book Festival, presenting their unique view of Queen’s Park.