Parthenogenesis and Milestones were published in Obsessed with Pipework issue 105
Pete is in Under the Radar 32, The Journeys Issue
Ghazal: First Generation was longlisted in the Live Canon International competition and published in the anthology 2023
A Quiet Night In is in Finished Creatures Issue 7
Could A Mystery Be My Legacy? is in Issue 68 of The North
Who Needs Souvenirs? is in Fenland Poetry Journal Issue 7
Seismic is in Finished Creatures Issue six, on the theme of Pressure.
Pretender is in NeurodiVERSE, an anthology from Flapjack Press
All Hail the Waiters is in Ambit issue 246
perfect is in The Rialto 97
Left Behind is in Issue 5 of Fenland Poetry Journal
Yin and Yang on the Isle of Man is in Issue 2 of 14 Magazine
Na-yinarramba is in Issue 42 of The Dark Horse
Rites of Passage is in Volume 57 of Poetry Wales
Not Lost is in the newly revived Poetry Scotland
Hunting Expeditions is in 14 Magazine, edited (and revived) by Richard Skinner.
At 10:43 on Friday 29th June,1984 is (in very fine company) in Issue 1 of The Alchemy Spoon
Waiting for the Wet is in issue 3 (Balance) of Finished Creatures
Under Plain Skies has been published in Smoke Magazine issue 66
Just 12 days after writing the first draft at Katrina Naomi’s “Big Issues” workshop at Poetry School, In the News Tonight was published in the Morning Star, where the poetry is curated by Poetry on the Picket Line
The first issue of Finished Creatures, editied by Jan Heritage, contains one of my poems, Outback Nights.
I’m delighted to have a poem, Old City, in The Well Review Issue 3. This journal is edited by Sarah Byrne, whom I met on an Arvon course tutored by Paul Muldoon, who is also published in this issue – and look who else is in it!
Ending It, previously published in Well Versed, was included in the #MeToo Anthology edited by Deborah Alma and published by Fair Acre Press, with all proceeds going to Women’s Aid
Like A Fiddler On The Roof was published in Tears in the Fence 67
Look at the company I’m keeping in there!
After eight attempts, I finally got into Magma! And I was invited to read at the launch – I even signed a bit of my intro as it was the Deaf Issue. Peter Abraham interpreted the rest, and the poem into BSL. Noisemaker is also available to read on the Magma website
I received my first payment for a poem in print! For Specialist from Rialto – issue 86 within one of the most stunning cover pics, and in VERY fine company! Subscribe or buy a single copy from the Rialto shop
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