I first came across Richard Osmond in The Salt Book of Younger Poets and struggled a little with the disjointed, cryptic lines. There was an obvious talent, but I wasn’t sure it was for me and moved on to other poetry. Then, just the other week, I came across him again in the form of […]
Those great folk at Scratch That Hackney have kindly allowed me to perform on Thursday. So, if you fancy some live poetry, music, comedy and theatre, drop by Thursday 6th March, Hackney Picturehouse, 7.30pm. Click for link to tickets: Scratch that Hackney
January Issue of GHR is now LIVE!.
Green moon rises a sliver of a question over fields and towns. Colours are cars that run one into another a gridlock of dots crossing a space not marked by boxes. Look closer. What you see is not what you get. What happens outside the frame is enough to enclose you. (after Paul Klee)
This morning the first ever print copy of Miracle Magazine dropped into my pigeon hole this morning. My first instinct was to rip it open and display my poem proudly to colleagues (who seemed genuinely impressed that I had something published). This was nice but, however good it is to see poems in print, I […]