If you like folklore and fairytales, critical thinking and art, investigate the journal Gramarye.
Watch JT Welsch and K being robots at York Waterstones, as part of the NxNE poetry reading series organised by Harry Man.
Salt Publishing are releasing paperback versions of my first collection, Never Never Never Come Back, and Jon Stone’s exceptional debut School of Forgery!
I wrote an article for BookMachine on the value of collaboration over competition in poetry publishing.
Aaron Kent, Editor of Broken Sleep Books, conducts unusual interviews: the questions and answers take the form of poetry.
I’m in Poetry News, published by the Poetry Society, talking about the links between voiceover and poetry.
Advent is upon us, and we’ve been celebrating over at Sidekick Books! Every day we’ve opened a new window of poetry mishmashery, featuring: i) Hybardrid Twitterbots, mixing famous poets with other poets and other texts…
Social media is tricky for poets, but we need to stop hammering the “so excited” key, expecting it to excite others by osmosis.
The robots are here and they’re writing poetry. Beyond the outrage and scorn of human readers, could there be some work of interest?
I was lucky enough to take part in a series of workshops with Club Inegales, throwing together poets, illustrators and musicians.