(Crossposted at onepoundpoems.com!) So back in May we took One Pound Poems to the Tate. It’s taken us (i.e. me) a while to post about it because of a succession of events in May & June – DIY Cultures, ELCAF, CECAF, a glam party in Cannes (more on that later), then Britain … Read More >>
#Offprint London is back at Tate Modern’s #Turbinehall May 20-22 and I will be there! Offprint is an independent publishing fair and forum that focuses on art publications, photography, design, experimental music, open culture and activism. This is a HUGE fair – with over 100 exhibitors over 3 days. Entrance is FREE. I’ll be taking … Read More >>
Completely thrilled to be one of the writers commissioned for The Break — a venture between BBC Taster, BBC Writersroom and BBC Drama Production to produce five original short monologues for online, written by up-and-coming BAME writing talent from across the UK. Each short consists of a standalone, contemporary individual monologue. … Read More >>
So I happened to be on the Royal Court stall doing my odd poems on the typewriter when this lovely lady from this shiny London magazine happened by. She requested a poem on one of the stallholders. I typed one out, and ended up with a poetry mention in the magazine. I love the Royal … Read More >>
I popped up on the Andrew Watton-Davies (aka Raggedyman)’s “On the Way to CECAF 2015” podcast. I have to admire people who carry around recording gear and get people to talk into it. I’d love to do a podcast someday, despite the fact that I can never quite get used … Read More >>
Lovely review of Tiny Pencil IV on Broken Frontier by Andy Oliver (the secret/not-so-secret weapon of UK comics). “This is by far the strongest issue of the series yet in terms of pure comics though, with a pleasing assortment of established creators and up-and-coming artists. In its two-year life, Tiny Pencil … Read More >>
I did a radio interview with Mark Watkins on Blast 1386 for the upcoming issue of Tiny Pencil. There’s talk of graphite, drawing, and the genesis of Tiny Pencil. Here’s a souncloud link! Thanks Mark!