Calum Rodger is a Glasgow-based poet, scholar and performer. He holds a PhD in Scottish Literature from the University of Glasgow for his thesis ‘From Stonypath to Little Sparta: Navigating the Work of Ian Hamilton Finlay’, and has published prize-winning research in the field of digital poetics. His work explores experiment and innovation in modernist and postmodernist poetry at the intersections of print, sculpture, performance and new media. He lectures and tutors on English Literature 1A: Poetry & Poetics at the University of Glasgow and gives talks and poetry performances throughout Scotland. He has two pamphlets – Know Yr Stuff: Poems on Hedonism and Glasgow Flourishes – published by Tapsalteeries and his new website – www.calumrodger.co.uk – will be launched soon.