I’m over the moon to tell you that my second collection, ‘How Time is in Fields‘ is now available for pre-order from my publishers’ website at Indigo Dreams Publishing (IDP). ‘How Time is in Fields’ explores the way place contains all times, as well as traces of our recognisable predecessors. There’s a lot of walking in my book, indeed there’s been a lot of … Continue reading How Time is in Fields
This is such a wonderful project! I’ve been working with hugely talented band Whalebone for the past 18 months, building a collection of poems and music with them, all focused on telling the new lore of Shropshire. We’re proud to have Arts Council England support. Here are urban – and rural – myths, and tales just out of living memory. They are the common uncommon. … Continue reading ‘Understories’ with Whalebone
On a glass-clear day at the end of January, I set off with David Armitage of Malvern Hills AONB, Karen Gregor, producer of ‘Ramblings’, and the one and only, marvellous, Clare Balding. We were taking a poem for a walk, as part of Ledbury Poetry Festival‘s Troubadour of the Hills project, which is a joint venture between the Festival and Malvern Hills AONB. Also with … Continue reading Troubadour of the Hills does Radio 4’s Ramblings!
I’ve just started work with Creative Conversations, led by Arts Alive and Media Active. This three year partnership development links experienced agencies for arts and health to help establish new creative opportunities for people aged 55 and over. Participants may want to develop their own creative ideas, acquire new skills that can be shared with others, or may simply wish to try something new. This is a really exciting … Continue reading A new project – Creative Conversations