My new chapbook is out with Red Ceilings Press.
My great thanks to Mark Cobley. There are some wonderful titles at RCP. Check them out.
Issue 3 of this lovely new journal ‘launches’ tonight, and I’m tingling with pleasure to have a couple of poems in it. I say ‘launch’, but for safety reasons, the readings are cancelled.
But Suzannah Evans, Luke Kennard, Lisa Kelly, L. Kiew, Ruth Aylett, Richie McCaffery, and many more are also in its pages.
What a thrill.
The Prize Giving event will be held at the Poetry Café, 22 Betterton Street, London WC2H 9BX on 18th March 7.30-10pm. The event is free!
* The above event has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic *
I’m extremely excited to have a long poem in the latest issue of Tears in the Fence.
It’s a long poem titled ‘A Movement Like Water’. As you can see, it shares space with a great deal of fabulous poetry and critical articles. You can subscribe or buy here: https://tearsinthefence.com/pay-it-forward/
I gave a short interview to Train : a poetry journal recently.
D.W. Adams hosts the marvellous online site, Train : a poetry journal, and my poem ‘Men Falling into Debt’ is up today. There’s so much to enjoy here, including poems by Razielle Aigen, Amritpal Singh Arora, Robert Sheppard, interviews with Catherine Graham, Ian Seed, Shazia Hafiz Ramji, and rob mclennan. It’s well worth your time.
The second issue of Finished Creatures is out. I’m very pleased to have one of my poems in it, and there are many more to enjoy from the likes of Penelope Shuttle, Richie McCaffery, Jeremy Page, Cheryl Moskowitz, and others.
If I was a ship, I would be on the river hooting with crazy joy, for today I have five poems in talking about strawberries all of the time. Malcolm Curtis steers this poetry journal here @talking_time and here https://talkingaboutstrawberries.blogspot.com/. It publishes poetry, including visual and concrete poetries, lyric and postcard prose. New content posts in October and April. Take a look.