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). James is co-editor and contributor to the forthcoming anthology, Flaws of Oblivion (The Hippocrene Society, 2014). He is also the translator of two volumes of the French writer Guy de Maupassant: To the Sun and The Foreign Soul & The Angelus. His prose fiction has appeared in the journals The Use of English and Snow. He lives in London where he works for the Swedenborg Society.