Monthly Archives: February 2017

Shopping for Punks

My new book has arrived and it looks like a cracker. Big thanks to Paul Hawkins and Sarer Scotthorne at Hesterglock Press in the good old city of Bristol. This is what Hesterglock is about…     Advertisements

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Black Market Re-View 3

I have three new poems at the magnificent Black Market Re-View. They are from a new work, ᚮ (the book of gatherings). Issue 3 is edited by Jessica Tillings, and is 105 pages of poetry, prose, artwork and photography. And it’s well … Continue reading

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The Interpreter’s House 64

Back in the late 70s, I really did go… Martin Malone‘s stirring editorship of The Interpreter’s House is on countdown. Issue 64 is out, I urge you to buy a copy. Along with my own poem, there are others from Sharon Black, Samuel Tongue, and…heavens to Betsy, so many more.

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