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Thursday, 29 September 2016

The Knives, Forks and Spoons subscriber scheme


Subscribe to read lots of poetry and you get my new forthcoming collection too! Exciting - I think so!

KFS SUBSCRIBER SERVICE

for books published between 2016 and 2017


*EXCLUSIVE TO UK RESIDENTS
£50
Receive a welcome pack of books from our backlist worth at least £50, selected by the editor.
And receive forthcoming titles from the following poets as they are published:
Alison Gibb
Wendy Heath
Helen Ivory
Camilla Nelson
Eileen Tabios
Steve Willie
£100
Receive a welcome pack of books from our backlist worth at least £100, selected by the editor.
And receive forthcoming titles from the following poets as they are published:
Rob Burton
Nikki Dudley
Alison Gibb
Jesse Glass
Wendy Heath
Helen Ivory
Ira Lightman
Bruno Neiva
Camilla Nelson
Eileen Tabios
Steve Willey
For further details see the KFS website 

Wednesday, 7 September 2016

Come and see me at The Blackpool Illuminations!



Hi everyone!

I really need to get back to keeping my blog up to date! In the long break since I last wrote on here, I've been quite busy writing various things, working as a teacher, being pregnant and finally, looking after my 7.5 month old!

Now though, there is some exciting news that has prompted me back online!

Myself, and nine other poets (who I will list below), are being featured in the Blackpool Illuminations this year! The event takes place between early September and early November.

The poets included are my good self, Steve Willey, Helen Ivory, Bruno Neiva (who has previously appeared in STREETCAKE), Wendy Heath, Rob Burton, Eileen Tabios, Jesse Glass and Ira Lightman.

The poem of mine featured is called 'Ctrl+Z' and can be found in the photographs below - as can be seen at the Illuminations. Obviously, it will look ever better at night.





You can read more about the illuminations HERE

A big special thanks to Alec Newman of Knives, Forks and Spoons Press and the Arts Council for making this possible!

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