About the Speakers
Hilary Davies has published four collections of poetry from Enitharmon: the latest, Exile and the Kingdom, was published in November 2016. She is also a translator, essayist and critic. Hilary has won an Eric Gregory award, been a Hawthornden Fellow and served as Chairman of the Poetry Society of Great Britain. She is currently a Royal Literary Fund Fellow at the British Library. She reviews regularly for the Times Literary Supplement, PN Review and The Tablet.
Grevel Lindop was formerly Professor of English at Manchester University. He has published seven collections of poems as well as travel books and biographies, most recently of the poet, novelist, theologian and 'Inkling' Charles Williams. He is currently writing a book on the spiritual life and poetry of W.B. Yeats.
Howard Hull is Director of Brantwood, John Ruskin's former home in the Lake District, where he has lived with his wife, Pamela, since 1996. He is a Ruskin scholar and passionate advocate of his legacy.
Joseph Milne is an Honorary Lecturer at the University of Kent where he taught on the MA course in Mysticism and Religious Experience until his retirement in 2013. He is the editor of Land and Liberty, the journal of the Henry George Foundation, and the author of several Temenos Academy Papers, including The Lost Vision of Nature (2018). He is a Fellow of the Temenos Academy and a member of its Academic Board.