Monthly Archives: March 2016

News from the Butcher’s Dog

The North East’s very own literary magazine has selected its poems for Issue 7… The Butcher’s Dog has a team of rotating editors and guest editors. Issue 7’s are Andrew Sclater, Jake Campbell and Pippa Little. It will be out … Continue reading

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StAnza 2016

Finally home from StAnza after a three night stay in St Andrews. I had a ball, especially with the readings by Donna Stonecipher, Lemn Sissay, and Sean O’Brien. But this year I was particularly thrilled to be a participant. I was commissioned … Continue reading

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Tip of the Knife

Issue 23 of the visual poetry magazine is out, and contains four of my new pieces. Tip of the Knife is the work of Bill DiMichele, and you can see a little of what he likes, and a little of … Continue reading

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Preparo el plat d’olives…

Modern Poetry in Translation offers its readers ‘the very best of world poetry in translation’. It also provides an interesting opportunity to work as a translator yourself. Translate! is the page where you can find this exercise. The latest poem on the site … Continue reading

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A Curious Choice

It’s good to see a couple of old friends at And Other Poems, the lovely poetry site run by Josephine Corcoran. For Harry, Wilma & Queen George first appeared in the Templar anthology Bliss in 2011, while A Curious Choice … Continue reading

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