For the second Writing Myths-themed Facebook Live, I explore what it really feels like when you...Read More
A couple of weeks ago, I read the opening of What Happens in New York at the final Restless Minds event. I was really nervous as it’s the first time anyone outside of my usual writing circle has heard it. I was super...Read More
To promote and sell copies of Restless Minds, myself and a couple of other poets performed at local event Jazz & Poetry in November. Here I read out my poem from Restless Minds ‘Portrait of my Nan as an Armchair’, as well as two of my other poems: ‘Hypoglycaemia’ and ‘Domestic Bliss’.Read More
Back in October, I hosted the launch of Restless Minds, an anthology that I’ve worked with my fellow MA students on. I also read out my two pieces that are featured in the anthology: ‘Portrait of my Nan as an Armchair’ and ‘The Illusion of Parenting’. Click the link to check out the video of me reading at the launch.Read More
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