Michael Glover is a Sheffield-born, Cambridge-educated, London-based poet and art critic, and poetry editor of the Tablet. He has written regularly for the Independent, The Times, the Financial Times, the New Statesman, and The Economist. He has also been a London correspondent for ARTNews. His latest books include Late Days (2018), Hypothetical May Morning (2018), Neo Rauch (2019), The Book of Extremities (2019), and Great Works: Encounters with Art (2016).
...a hilarious and erudite book --Guy Trevay The New York Times hard to resist --Staff The Tablet From coy to curly-wurly, for a brief moment the codpiece was inescapable, in life and in art... --Staff The Daily Telegraph [The codpiece] had a big year: it is the subject of a slim new treatise, the color of artisanal gatorade... --Rachel Tashjian GQ [Michael Glover] takes us on a marvellous journey through portraits - including works by Titian, Holbein and Parmigianino - in which the codpiece is a protagonist. --Ben Luke The Art Newspaper