Delighted that 3 of my poems, ‘What Will Helen Mort Make of This?’, ‘Sofa Olympics’ and ‘Up A Tree’ are in the latest, beautifully produced, issue of Scrittura Magazine. Thanks so much to Yasmin, Valentina and the rest of the editorial team. If you’d like to read them click here
Very pleased to see ‘Eggoo’s Return’, my short fiction piece, up at Visual Verse. It’s an off-the-wall, futuristic romp-drama response to this month’s visual prompt. If you’d like to read it click here
Pleased to see my poem ‘One Day’ inspired by Andrew Wyeth’s painting ‘Christina’s World’ up at The Ekphrastic Review. Many thanks to editor Lorette C Luzajic.
If you would like to read it please click here
I’m so happy that my poem ‘Conference of Crows’ has been included in the Winter 2017 issue of Rats Ass Review. If you’d like to take a look, please click here
So unbelievably chuffed to have a poem in Prole, Issue 24 and be in the company of so many talented poets and writers. Thank you so much Brett Evans and Phil Robertson for producing another great collection.
Delighted to see my poem ‘Raven At Solstice’ in the Three Drops from a Cauldron Midwinter issue and to be in the company of so many excellent poets. Kate Garrett-Nield and her team of editors have produced another wonderful edition.
My poem is on page 55 and you can read it by clicking the link here
My poem ‘this friday afternoon’ is in Issue 15 (it has a City theme) of The Lampeter Review which has been published today. My thanks to Tony Kendrew and the editorial board for producing another stylish issue.
You can find my poem on page 79 by clicking the link here
Pleased to see my tongue-in-cheek poem ‘People Watching’ in Issue 40 of Lighten Up Online published today. I am very grateful to editor Jerome Betts for giving it a good home.
You can read it by clicking here
Pleased to see my poem ‘Night Showings’ up at Poetry Breakfast. Many thanks to its editor, Ann Kestner. To read it click here
So pleased that Ian Chung, editor at the wonderful Eunoia Review, has published my poem ‘Sleeptalker’. You can read it here