James Wilson is the author of two volumes of prose poems, All the Colours Fade and The Song Remains the Same (both Miami, FL: The Hippocrene Society, 2012) and the essay collection Images of the Afterlife in Cinema (London: Duchy of Lambeth, 2011). His debut novel, Three Bridges, was issued by Neverland Publishing in 2014. Together with Devon Pearse he edited a recent collection of poetry and prose, Flaws of Oblivion (Hippocrene Society, 2015). James is also the translator of two volumes of the French writer Guy de Maupassant: To the Sun and The Foreign Soul & The Angelus and his prose fiction has appeared in the journals The Use of English and Snow. He lives in London where he works as an editor and librarian for the Swedenborg Society.