Maths Poems: Collection launch!

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This coming Thursday, 7th November, is the launch of the Maths Poems collection! This is the result of a collaborative workshop between poets and mathematicians at the University of Bristol, sponsored by the Brigstow Institute.

Book your free ticket on Eventbrite here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/maths-poems-launch-free-tickets-76007443309

There will be free wine and nibbles, and you will get to hear me and other poets (and mathematicians!) on the project read their poems and talk about how the experience has changed and influenced their practice.

The Maths Poems collection will also be available for purchase.

More details at the above link, and I hope to see you there!

HOURS Showcase

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Thursday evening, 24th October 2019, saw the HOURS Writers deliver a showcase of excellent, diverse, and high-quality poetry at the HOURS Space, Colston Yard, Bristol.

I am privileged to share my work on a regular basis with these poets and writers in our HOURS writing workshop each month. Organisers Vik Shirley and Luke Palmer do an excellent job of running the workshop, and also, along with Nicola Heaney, arranged for this wonderful event.

As a part of the showcase, I read a number of recently published poems, including those appearing in Tears in the Fence, Poetry Birmingham, The Interpreter’s House, and a poem entitled “Homesickness”, workshopped with the group, that has yet to be published.