Sailed from Naarm 1838 – 1846 is the first for a series of Found Works created during my virtual residency at the State Library of Victoria for Melbourne UNESCO City of Literature
While you prepare to sip your wee dram of Talisker (or other preferred tipple) and to address your haggis on … More
Just gearing up for my open lecture for the Japanese Society of Teaching Japanese Spring Conference next weekend. The session … More
Our paper focuses on issues of permission and the space for creative writing practice. he paper began as a reflective piece on space and face-to-face poetry workshop practices but, because of the way the pandemic is potentially changing so much about how writers of all ages are able to work, we thought it was important to begin to explore some of the new challenges and opportunities for creative writing post-COVID.
Caroline’s Bird’s The Air Year was without doubt this year’s most breath-taking read. The sweep and swirl of her fifth … More
I have two new poetry-related academic publications which will I hope interest you: Published on line this month: Hennessy, J., … More
We hope that Foyle Young Poet Award winners and highly commended poets from 2012 – 2019 will be interested in … More
As this new decade begins I am excited to start a new job as an Associate Professor at Nottingham Trent … More