Then spree

poetry & diary by Nia Davies

Month: April, 2013

Then Spree – reviewed

A review by Donald Gardner of my pamphlet Then Spree was posted on Sabotage review this week.  And expanding on the idea of ‘wearing experience lightly’, poet Daniel Barrow has written this remarkable piece here on his blog: A Scarlett Tracery .

Then spree - by Nia Davies - cover

Transom

The new issue of US-based online journal Transom is entitled Neither Now nor England.  It features poems from a selection of British poets as well as their views on ‘making it new’, the highs and lows of the UK poetry scene and some  interesting commentary on their own pieces. I’m happy to be included among them with three new poems: ‘History of our bookishness’, ‘Three places’ and ‘man you might like’. Visit the issue here: http://www.transomjournal.com/issue5/Issue5.html