I wasn’t going to blog today but started playing around with words and images after spending some time in the garden. lavender has lost its purple like it’s been through a hot wash left out in the rain leaves rust roses have dropped pink litter on burnt grass fat pigeonContinue reading “September”
‘Picnic’ a tiny poem I wrote for Manchester Review‘s 2014 micropoem competition (it came second) has received a delicious write-up in Hazel Burke’s poetry column at Standard Issue magazine. The best treats come as surprises. Do have a read of Hazel’s column and dive into Standard Issue.
Lose yourself all over again. Join in with #LossLit. Tweet your creative responses to do with ‘loss’. It’s been two weeks since writers Kit Caless and Aki Schilz, co-creators of#LossLit on Twitter and Storify, talked to me about this exciting and innovative project which invites and curates submissions of tweet-sized micropoems and microfictions to doContinue reading “Get ready for another #LossLit evening.”
Tweet your creative responses to ‘loss’ and be a part of this new digital writing project. On Twitter recently the #LossLit hashtag has caught my eye and I’ve noticed people tweeting micropoems and microfictions to do with ‘loss’. There’s a #LossLit evening tonight at 9pm (GMT) so I’ll be tuning in to Twitter and followingContinue reading “Find out more about #LossLit”