I am enormously pleased to announce that my debut pamphlet will be published by ignitionpress in July 2019. I am delighted to be working with the fabulous team at ignition and to be selected for publication alongside Jennifer Lee Tsai and Sarah Shapiro.
I am delighted to have my poem ‘Stradivari’s Spruce’ in the latest issue of Brittle Star. Thank you to the editors, Jacqueline Gabbitas and Martin Parker.
Copies are available from the Brittle Star website: http://www.brittlestar.org.uk
I am thrilled to have three poems in the latest issue of The Fenland Reed on the theme of the body.
It was very special to read at the launch on Saturday 28 April at the Babylon Gallery, Ely and to hear poems from my fellow contributors.
For more information: www.thefenlandreed.co.uk/subscribe
Delighted to have my poem ‘The Tulips Rise’ in the latest issue of Envoi published by Cinnamon Press.
I am very excited to have my poem ‘The farmer’s wife’ in the latest issue of Lighthouse published by Gatehouse Press.
I will be reading at the launch on Thursday 1 February at the Bicycle Shop in Norwich (8pm).
I am very pleased to have my poem ‘Slave woman, the Oseberg ship burial’ in the Showcase section of the latest issue of Mslexia (Dec/Jan/Feb 2017/18). It was selected by novelist Jane Harris.
See: https://mslexia.co.uk/current-issue/ for more details.
I will be reading at the Poetry in Aldeburgh festival at the launch of The Fenland Reed Issue 5, which features two of my poems.
The reading is on Saturday 4 November at 8.30pm at the Peter Pears Gallery.
Two of the poems to have come out of my garden residency are featured in this online pamphlet published by the Poetry School. Thanks again to the Poetry School, London Parks and Gardens Trust and Arts Council England for the opportunity.
I’m excited to be reading some of my garden residency poems at Kew Gardens on 6 September. The event is hosted by the London Parks and Gardens Trust and will celebrate the Mixed Borders 2017 project.