an anachorism of red

i live in fear when he brings his gaze tome stories of dissent on this i feed /under the covers and quiet to hisdemands / alone i peek out with one eyeand colour my peculiar world withdeft strokes / all the thoughts i will paint red / canvas of the mind with slashes of red… Continue reading an anachorism of red

Free chapbook download

I have just released my first chapbook under a creative commons licence, and you can get it for free through the following links: Download from Dropbox Download from Google Drive It is a collection of golden shovel poems inspired by Sylvia Plath's work. I do hope you will download and read. Please let me know… Continue reading Free chapbook download

Digging for Sylvia cover reveal

Soon I’ll be releasing my first chapbook under a creative commons licence, and you’ll be able to download it for free. Watch this space! The poems I used in this project are: On the plethora of dryadsMorning songThe night dancesChildless WomanBrasiliaWitch burningAftermathA lifeYadwigha, on a Red Couch, Among LilliesThe disquieting musesThe eye-moteThe hanging manStillbornLast wordsI… Continue reading Digging for Sylvia cover reveal

The problem – poem published @ Rogue Agent

Photo by Sasha Sashina on Unsplash In April of last year, I wrote a series of found poems as part of a project for NaPoWriMo. One of my favourite poems from this series has now found a home with Rogue Agent. The poem is based on an essay by poet and science writer Kate Horowitz… Continue reading The problem – poem published @ Rogue Agent