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Poems

Poems:

  • Individual poems:

On an Owl in the 17th Century, in perverse (edited by Chrissy Williams)

Silent Chaos, an ekphrastic poem — after Vera Iliatova’s Reconciliations (2014), — in The Ekphrastic Review

every other side of my town on SoundCloud, in PoetryM’app (a Label Lit project)

After Your Death, I Know in Poetry Space’s Spring Showcase (March 2019, guest edited by Julie Simpson)

The White Trees, commended in the tree challenge, on Young Poets Network

The Ganges at My Window in Parentheses Journal

Death Sonnet, and The Temple in The Magnolia Review

From Bletchley With Love, third-prize winner in Bletchley Park challenge (judged by So Mayer), on Poetry Society’s website

A Ghazal: in Europe, in Issue six (selected by Anne Casey), Other Terrain Journal

Insomnia; A Loss of Choice in Body Without Organs Journal

Ignorance on Mary Evans Picture Library’s Poems and Pictures Blog

Silent Chaos in Barren Magazine

Hurricane; Stories, coming in my debut chapbook, Survival, in VAYAVYA

The Destruction of Nalanda in The Ekphrastic Review

Assembling in Event Horizon Magazine

Moon-gazing on Soft Cartel

Ignorance, nominated for a Pushcart Prize 2018, in StepAway Magazine

Of the Pact: February 2018 (excerpt) in Rigorous Magazine

Identity, included in the display at the Healing Words awards ceremony on 28 September, 2017 at City Hall, London, UK.

Survive, coming in my debut chapbook, Survival, on Born of a Million Thoughts

A Soldier’s Christmas; Acknowledging; Star-gazing; Parting in The Blue Nib Literary Magazine



Featured in:

Anthologies:

‘Shining Stars’ in “eBook Anthology,” by VoiceVerso.Com

‘Survive’ in “The Girl,” by VoiceVerso.Com

‘Life, As We Have It’ in “Ending – New Beginning,” by InkQuills Publishing House

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