My first poetry publication has just been published. Then spree is in the Salt Modern Voices pamphlet series. You can buy a copy through the Salt website.
Following on from the launch of my debut pamphlet Then Spree, I will be doing several readings in the UK. The first is with Broadcast – the poetry event series organised by Emily Hasler and Roddy Lumsden. The line-up also includes Matthew Caley, Oli Hazzard and Luke Kennard and takes place on Tuesday the 27th of November at the Betsey Trotwood pub in Farringdon, London. More details on the event are available on the Broadcast website. Also on the Broadcast website you will find a new poem by me – 4 rooms, which is inspired by the sound artist Jacob Kirkegaard’s 4 rooms – recorded at Chernobyl.
Other upcoming readings include: a new Penning Perfumes at Clerkenwell Tales Bookshop, London on the 28th of November, a reading alongside the fantastic Aurelia Lassaque, Amy Key, SJ Fowler, Jessica Pujol and others at Housman’s radical bookshop in Kings Cross, London on Thursday the 13th of December and a music/poetry night at the Full Stop in Brick Lane London on the 16th of December. Events in Sheffield, Bristol and Wales to be announced soon.
You can find out more about Then Spree, and place an order for the pamphlet on the Salt website.
The first issue of Poems in Which is here, featuring poems from Sophie Mayer, Wayne Holloway-Smith, Charlotte Geater, Sarah Crewe and many others including myself with a Poem in Which I am at Stake. Poems in Which is an occasional journal of poetry in which the poems share a title but can travel in any number of directions. The first issue is curated by Amy Key but from issue 2 I will be co-editing the blog with her. Issue 2 is open for submissions.
On the eve of the US election I am extremely proud and excited to be in a binder … in this kind of binder anyway: the Binders Full of Women poetry zine project, edited and glitter-glued by Sarah Crewe and Sophie Mayer. Find out more at: http://bindersfullofwomenspoems.wordpress.com