|Reading new poems at the first South Downs Poetry Festival |
in Lewes, July 2016
|The launch of Woman's Head as Jug at King's Lynn Poetry Festival 2013|
at a reading with CK Stead (left) and Kit Wright (right)
Aldeburgh Poetry Festival line up 2004
(Front row left to right: Colette Bryce, Margaret Atwood, Fadhil Al-Azzaw, Martha Kapos, me, Helena Nelson and Anne Marie-Fyfe...Second row first left: Sean O'Brien, Paul Muldoon.. middle: Tony Hoagland and David Constantine...far right: Sarah Maguire, Michael Longley. Back row, centre: Hans Magnus Enzensberger)
Bowl of Rice - for the Rice Pavilion at the Jubilee Library, Brighton
|Some of the many words used to describe women|
sourced from the historical thesaurus and friends.
It is by no means comprehensive.
Poets at Buckingham Palace 16 October 2007
(left to right: Chrissie Gittins, me, Moniza Alvi, Mario Petrucci, Wendy French)
Writing new colour names on the windows of the De la Warr Pavilion, Bexhill
A poetry and art project with young people
Helen Storey's Forensic Dress - a detail.
The first line of my poem, Lovers' Triptych, is shown here on a name tag stitched into the dress
|Kings Lynn Poetry Festival 2003 with (left) the late Julia Darling and (right) Simon Armitage|
|Kings Lynn Poetry Festival with Marilyn Hacker|
| Roald Dahl Foundation funded residency|
Treloar College 2002-2003
|Architexts residency at Shoreham Airport, Sussex|
'We envied predatory birds, the gull, eagle, sparrowhawk, enough to borrow their identities...' from Valkyrie, written during a residency at Shoreham Airport. My father was an aircraft engineer and amateur pilot.
I worked with young people at Loxwood School in Barking
to write poems about identity and science
|Kings Lynn Poetry Festival 2000 with (left) Kit Wright and (right) Pauline Stainer|
|Arriving at Kings Lynn Poetry Festival 2013 |
for the launch of Woman's Head as Jug.
To my left is New Zealand poet, CK Stead and behind, to my right
is the wonderful Kit Wright
|A night of poetry at the Troubadour in Earl's Court,|
May 2013, organised by the energetic Anne-Marie Fyfe
in her Coffee House poetry series