I am very happy to announce that I will be running a workshop at Happy and Glorious in Cranbrook!
And So She Thinks and Visible Thoughts present an warm and friendly space for your music, poetry, storytelling and comedy!
On the 27th February Poets’ Corner are coming back for their first event of 2019!
I am very excited to be returning to The Lo-Fi Zone at Bramley’s, Canterbury hosted by the wonderful Luke Smith & The Feelings. The evening starts at 9 and I’ll be on around 10!
I am very excited to announce the return of the Open Stage! It will be reappearing at Junction 13 in Folkestone and as always will be a welcoming home for your creativity.
I was honoured to appear on the Close Quarters podcast a few weeks ago. Hosted by Colin White, Folkestone artist Shane Record and myself.
Tonight my poem Twinkle is being featured on BBC Radio Kent.
200 likes on Facebook, thank you!! Thank you for the support and vibes!
Accepting today, whatever that means.
Penny for your thoughts? There is a lot to think about.
Never goodbye; just thank you, see you soon.
A poem inspired by a friend taking selfies in every possible mirror.
A poem about the power of passion
The feeling of smiling and laughing, after a long abscence
This is a poem I wrote a few years ago called Sowing Love, about the nuturing beauty of how we love and how that reveals itself. Happy Valentines Day!
A poem that first came to me seeing the beefed up patrols in the Channel, and echoes I heard from that in the media.
Happy New year! I hope 2019 is filled with joy, laughter and flourishing!
After an abridged version appeared on Dominic King’s BBC Radio Kent show Monday 17/12/18, here is the full length version of Twinkle.
This is a poem written back in the Summer for Byron Vincent’s Love Box, performed at the closing event of Normal? Festival of the Brain 2018.
A poem for a friend who recently passed away.
This is a poem written about the feelings left behind after an Erasmus+ trip.
A poem about the magic of space
Join us for the fourth Language Exchange, a laidback and friendly night of language learning and practice, cultural exchange, socialising and community.
I came late to poetry, beyond a few lost teenage efforts. I began writing again when I was in my early twenties. The first poem seemed to happen to me, after this the words spilled.
I began writing in notepads before creating a blog. This escalated to open mics, performances, writing workshops and event hosting. Today I have published one book, Visible Thoughts, with a second in production.