Andrew Jefferson-Miles was born in Guyana, South America. He is a poet and artist. He received his doctorate in Creative & Critical Writing from the University of East Anglia (2002-3). Andrew's publications include, Art of Navigation (poetry, 2003), The Timehrian (novel, 2002), and an important edition of Selected Essays of Wilson Harris (critical studies, Routledge, 1999). As an artist, Andrew exhibited at Tate Modern gallery in July 2002. In Andrew's writing, intuitive belief, legend and myth make a cross-civilizationry mapping with quantum physics, philosophies of history and new hypotheses for contemporary civilization-making regions such as the Caribbean.