I am delighted that my poem “Teac” has been published in the Summer 2015 issue of Poetry Wales. It’s especially lovely since, although it’s been rewritten many times over the years, I first wrote it when I was twenty-one, so it’s the earliest of my works to be published so far. Visit the Poetry Wales site here:
I am really happy to have a new poem included in the fifth issue of Nia Davies and Amy Key’s journal Poems in Which… alongside amazing poets like Kate Potts. My poem is about Scott’s ship the RRS Discovery, which is currently moored at Dundee harbour. Click here to read.
I’m delighted to have my poem Casting Song published in the Spring 2013 edition of Abraxas, an international esoteric journal co-edited by Treadwell’s wonderful Christina Oakley Harrington. Pick up your copy full of stories, songs and scholarship here.
The Flarestack Competition Anthology 2012 has arrived! It’s on sale here. A selection of the best poems submitted to this year’s pamphlet competition, the anthology opens with my piece of pro-Inuit propaganda, No Nemo.
Check out the new inc. magazine, which matches new short poems up with an illustrator. This issue is postcard themed and includes my email poem. Lovely magazine, lovely illustrations. Order your copy here.
My poem “All thoughts are prey to some beast” can be found in issue 23 of streetcake magazine. I called it after a Bill Callahan song. streetcake, also featuring lovely work by Lorna Callery and Sophie Clarke, is live here:
Here is a new poem called No Nemo, or why I am not a scientist, based on last night’s Frozen Planet documentary, about people who live in the Arctic and in Antarctica, and others who travel there for one reason or another.
Edit: if you’ve any problems listening, you can find the audio file here.