Josephine Corcoran, News

My book cover

My poetry book What Are You After? is now available to pre-order direct from Nine Arches Press. I thought I'd share my new book cover with you and tell you something about how it came about.  It features a painting 'Transient II' by my friend and artist Mary Petrovska.  Mary is one of the first… Continue reading My book cover

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The end of another term of writing at St Gregory’s

I can hardly believe that after Easter, I'll be starting my final term as Writer in Residence at St Gregory's Catholic College, Bath.  The time has whizzed by.  This term, as well as reading and writing poetry, students have written crime fiction, particularly looking at very short stories (flash fiction).  We received the good news… Continue reading The end of another term of writing at St Gregory’s

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Enter the National Poetry Library’s Instapoetry Competition

There's still time to send in a poem or poem film to the National Poetry Library's Instagram Poetry Competition.  Deadline is Wednesday, 21 March. The National Poetry Library is asking poets and Instagrammers alike to share their work on Instagram, by tagging the library @nationalpoetrylibrary and using the hashtag #instapoetrylib. We are also looking for short… Continue reading Enter the National Poetry Library’s Instapoetry Competition

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My short story ‘Algebra’ on BBC Radio 4 Extra

Last year, out of the blue, I received an email from the BBC’s Rights, Legal and Business Affairs department to ask permission to repeat my radio work, a play and a short story, on BBC Radio 4 Extra.  Naturally I said yes!  My play The Songs that Houses Sing was broadcast on February 13 and… Continue reading My short story ‘Algebra’ on BBC Radio 4 Extra

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The Songs that Houses Sing on BBC Radio 4 Extra

My radio play The Songs that Houses Sing has been repeated on BBC Radio 4 Extra and is available on iPlayer for two more days. The play, first broadcast in 2000, stars Mia Soteriou as Alice,  Allison Pettitt as Iris, Paul Copley as Gus, Sarah Rice as Phillippa, and Joshua Towb as John. The play is… Continue reading The Songs that Houses Sing on BBC Radio 4 Extra