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Peter Clive


Peter lives in Glasgow's Southside region with his wife and their three children. He is a scientist who has worked in the renewable energy sector for nearly two decades. He has published two collections of poetry, "the end of the age of fire" and "stowaway". His poems have been published by Dove Tales (Association of Scottish Artists for Peace), Culture Matters, Writers' Café Magazine, The Rush, Slant, Dodging the Rain, Causeway / Cabhsair, Cadaverous, Reflections, Riggwelter, qmunicreate, Picaroon, Three Drops from a Cauldron, Aerodrome, The Curlew, Bonnie's Crew, Poets' Republic, The Blue Nib, The Eildon Tree, Underfoot Poetry, Runcible Spoon, Razur Cuts, Dreich Magazine, Naugatuck River Review, and have been included in several anthologies. As well as poetry, he enjoys composing music for the piano and spending time on the Isle of Lewis and in St Andrews with family. He holds a Ph.D. in experimental nuclear physics.

Connection to Glasgow

Peter Clive is a resident of Glasgow
Peter Clive
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