P.C. Evans lives between South Wales and Amsterdam. He has published poetry in Britain and Holland and translations of Dutch poetry, fiction and drama with Faber and Seren, amongst others.
He co–edited the European literary magazine The Amsterdam Review from 2005-2008 (a new internet version is being planned) and has taught English Literature and Creative Writing at Het Amsterdams Lyceum.  
He was awarded a bursary by the Welsh Academy in 2008 to complete the poetry collection Cadaver Dog Cantos.

"…Experiment and tradition combine to original effect in poems that are metrically alive and often rich with rhyme, yet display constant mindfulness of Pound’s dictum to ‘Make it new!’…refreshing and impressive in the clarity and focus of a rich and sensual lyricism that is never at odds with uncompromising realism…" Douglas Houston on The Unreal City

"…Brilliantly translated and the language works…" Tom Paulin, BBC Late Review on Cloaca

Selected Poetry Publications:
The Unreal City (Headland, 2001)
Een ontbijt van haring en wijn (Wagner & Van Santen, Holland, 2006)

Cloaca (translator) (Faber & Faber, 2004) (Produced at The Old Vic 2004; directed by Kevin Spacey)
In Praise of Navigation (co-editor/translator) (Seren, 2007)

Contributed to:
In een ander licht (poetry) (Wagner & Van Santen, Holland, 2001)
In a Different Light (poetry translation) (Seren, 2002)
The Pterodactyl’s Wing (poetry) (Parthian, 2003)