2023: ‘The fraction left over is large’, ‘Regret with Massive Orange, Red and Brown Kilim’ (Under the Radar); ‘Wedding in Limousin’, ‘Snowdrops / Dropbox’ (Finished Creatures); ‘My Doctor’ (Penine Platform); ‘What I learn while my blood is taken’ (The Journal); ‘Caldo Verde (Soup with Collard Greens)’ (Dust Poetry Magazine); ‘Masterpiece Theatre’ (Impossible Archetype); ‘Nurture’ (Wet Grain)

2022: ‘Sunflowers’, ‘Game for a Beard’, ‘The Cycle’, ‘The Editors’ (Dreich); ‘Why are train fares so expensive?’, ‘Chomsky’s Meaningless Sentence’ (Penine Platform); ‘Intentions‘ (The Alchemy Spoon); ‘Xylem (The Weight of Learning)’, ‘Grief as Northern French Landscape’, ‘The Side Gate’ (Finished Creatures); ‘About the Building‘ (The Friday Poem); ‘The Misoscopist‘ and ‘Alternative Proverbs‘ (Hipflask anthology); ‘Addiction rings the bell’ (Lighthouse); ‘The Calling’, ‘In Praise of the Upstairs Family’, ‘Tuesday’s Fainting in Loblaw’s Bakery’ (Obsessed with Pipework); ‘Self-Portrait as Grammar Revision‘ (Ink, Sweat & Tears); ‘Storage King‘; (London Grip); ‘Writing to your Mother‘ (The Madrigal); ‘When we were Jackson Pollock’ (The Pomegranate); ‘Desk‘ (Atrium); ‘The Printable Area‘ (Streetcake); ‘The Great Lakes’ (The Storms); ‘Antoine in the Running’, ‘Aperture (Winter Poem)’ (Magma); ‘Returning to La Mouzaïa’ (The French Literary Review); ‘The Once-a-Month Night‘ (Impossible Archetype); ‘The Sea is Like a Skyscraper’ (Acumen); ‘On My Lousy Spoken Spanish’ (Poetry Review); ‘Climbing Tbilisi‘, ‘The Mid-Morning Dictator‘ (Wild Court); ‘Tambour-rasp above the Ditch of Thieves‘ (New Boots and Pantisocracies); ‘Grief as Preamble of the Maastricht Treaty’ (Live Canon competition anthology)’ ‘Transformation (East Coast Story)’ (Channel); ‘Relationship as Covered Reservoir’ (Propel); ‘Conddolences’ (14 Magazine); ‘Mistake‘ (Atrium Poetry); ‘Show Homes’ (After Sylvia anthology); ‘Hand Puppets’ (The High Window); ‘Your Brain’ (Long Poem Magazine); ‘Walking the Dales’ (The Alchemy Spoon);

2021: ‘Walking the Ghetto, 2015‘ (Perverse); ‘I tell him about the people‘ (The Kindling); ‘Seven Years with the Dutch’ (Strix #8); ‘Mrs Thatcher was a member of parliament and Conservative party leader‘ (PN Review 259); ‘Probably the Best Mermaids in the World’ (The Frogmore Papers); ‘Minor Issue‘ (London Grip); ‘Storage Unit‘ and ‘Souvenir Tea Towels‘ (Snakeskin); ‘The Balcony’ (The Rialto); ‘Officialdom’ (Oxford Poetry); ‘Centuries of Rain’ (Finished Creatures 4); ‘A Debt to Quentin‘ (The Adriatic); ‘Career‘, ‘Adulthood‘ and ‘Day Trip with an Attitude‘ (Mechanics Institute Review); Collecting you from Golders Green’ (Poetry Wales); ‘Enter the Gyre’ (Finished Creatures 5); ‘My Grandfather’s White Citroën’ (The French Literary Review); ‘Portrait of my Grandparents in Winter’ (The Journal); ‘Vocation’ (The Alchemy Spoon); ‘Ghost Wings for Men‘ (harana poetry); ‘My Monarch‘ (Atrium); ‘Not Dead‘ (Oxford Review of Books); ‘Solo Guy in a Spanish Club‘ and ‘Dressing Porsche‘ (Fruit Journal); ‘Fulbourn Chemist’, ‘Not Matthew’, ‘Stephenson’ (Fenland Poetry Journal); ‘Working from Home (La Dolce Vita)‘ (The Amethyst Review); ‘Appeal to Ratso’ (Prole); ‘I can be happily‘ and ‘reCAPTCHA‘ (Fragmented Voices); ‘Humorous Elbowings‘, ‘Cities Beginning with B‘, ‘Better Verbs for Scattering‘ (Bad Lilies); ‘The Shortest Day’ (Live Canon Poetry Competition Anthology); ‘All the never you can carry’ (The Frogmore Papers)

2020: ‘January‘ (Ink, Sweat & Tears); ‘Pisa’ (Wolf competition anthology); ‘First Time’, ‘Prepositions Songs’, ‘Sentry (A Living Statue)’, ‘Sangria in Siberia’ (South Bank Poetry); ‘Letter from America’ (The Frogmore Papers); ‘Banisters‘ (London Grip); ‘Retort’ (Raceme); ‘The Calling‘ (Guernsey On The Move Competition); ‘The Future is Never Worn‘, ‘Wolvendael (Valley of the Wolves‘, ‘The Geography of Europe‘ and ‘Spring, and you know, the usual thing‘ (Write Where We Are Now, MMU)  ‘Horizontal‘ (Dust Poetry); ‘The Downside of the Upside‘ (New Boots and Pantisocracies); ‘Elephant‘ (Prole); ‘Anglepoise‘ (Acumen); ‘Rabo (Tail)‘; (harana poetry); ‘Hard Drive‘ (Irisi Magazine); ‘The Village Show‘ (Words for the Wild); ‘Demi’s Pool’ (Lighthouse); ‘Lake’ and ‘Infidelity (The Credits)’ (Anthropocene); ‘Relationship as Zoom’, ‘Confinement in Brussels’, ‘This Is Just to Say (lockdown)’, Quatrains in Quarantine’, ‘There Once Was a Tutor on Zoom‘ (Poetry and Covid); ‘Day Hectic’, ‘An adult I refuse to believe’, ‘Trieste (tredici modi di guardare una città)’ (PN Review); ‘Boy at the End of a Long Narrow Garden’ (Live Canon Anthology 2020); ‘Birkenstocks’ (Winchester Poetry Prize anthology 2020); ‘The Tally’ (14 Magazine); ‘On Pelmets‘ (Atrium); ‘The Button’, ‘Your Name’ (Poetry Wales); ‘Bridges of Venice’ (The Alchemy Spoon).

2019: ‘How should we dream of this place without us?’ (The Dark Horse); ‘Getting What You’re Given’, ‘Chernobyl, 1986’, ‘Epithets (Mother and Son)’, ‘The Spanish Language Student’ and ‘Ambre Solaire’ (The View from Under the Hedge); ‘Post-Impressionism’ and ‘The Triumph of Silenus’ (The French Literary Review); ‘Winter in Japan’ (The Curlew); ‘Miguel‘ (The Kindling); ‘The Split’ (Magma); ‘Souvenir Speak’ (Marble); ‘This One’ (Perverse); ‘The Die-off’ and ‘The Hot Air Balloons of Finsbury Park’ (Finished Creatures); ‘Strangers’ (Orbis); ‘Paper Round’ (The Northampton Review); ‘A child I refused to eat’ (Butcher’s Dog); ‘Day Off’ (Oxford Review of Books); ‘There and Back Again to See How Far It is’ (Ambit); ‘Admissions, 1998’ (Under the Radar); ‘Lip Service‘, ‘The Hymn of Him‘, (Interpreter’s House); ‘The European Office’ (The New European); ‘Pronunciation’ (Spears);  ‘A Word Between Us’ (Magma); ‘Signature (Rialto); ‘Brecht Means Brecht’ (Poetry Wales);  ‘My Grandfather’s Sister’ and ‘Letter to Barbados’ (Poetry Salzburg); ‘Urban Wildlife’ and ‘The Result is What You See Today’ (The Result is What You See Today, Smith/Doorstop anthology about running); ‘Architects Drawers’ and ‘Her Present’ (The North); ‘The Train from Cupar’ and ‘Zebra Foal in Tesco Car Park’ (Finished Creatures); ‘Grief, it’s not what it used to be’ (The Moth).

2018: ‘Spring Onion’ (Lighthouse); ‘Winter Light’ (The Interpreter’s House); ‘Letters to Brazil‘ (Bare Fiction); ‘Appeasement’ (Eye Flash Journal); ‘Animal Apology’ (Humanagerie anthology); ‘Palavas-les-Flots’ (Humanagerie anthology); ‘Sadolin’ (The Fenland Reed); ‘Breitscheidsplatz’, ‘Carousel’ and ‘Gluhwein’ in Tentacular; ‘The Windermere Hotel’ in South Bank Poetry; ‘Moving the Hens‘ in The Scores.

2017: ‘Roscoff’ (Coast to Coast to Coast); ‘The Guest’ (republished, The American Aesthetic); ‘Balzac’ and ‘Camus’ (formerly ‘The Teenage Existential‘) (The French Literary Review); ‘Windward‘ (Resurgence/Poetry School website); ‘Insulin’ and ‘My Father’s Food’ (The North); ‘Ste. Victoire’ and ‘The Rain in Spain’ (Bare Fiction); ‘Autoroutes’, ‘Where are we going?’ and ‘The Danish Vote’ (The Fenland Reed); ‘One Year’ (Poetry Free Verse, as a poster); ‘The Barbecue (Royal Wedding, 1981)‘ (And Other Poems); ‘Blast Muchness’ (Magma); ‘Valuation‘ (One for the Road, pub anthology, Smith/Doorstop); ‘The Guest’ (republished in The American Aesthetic).

2016: ‘Arcadia‘ (Poetry School website); ‘Blindfold’, ‘Old Bones’, ‘The Third Man’ and ‘Girl Alive’ (The North); ‘Ricochet‘ and ‘Levels of Alert‘ (The High Window); ‘The Rub’ and ‘The Don’ts and Don’ts of Ghosts’ (Under the Radar); ‘Safety Feature‘, ‘Disposal‘, ‘Tricolour‘ and ‘Cigarette Break‘ (The Compass); ‘Suspicion‘ (Poetry Spotlight); ‘Slower‘ (Nottingham Poetry Competition website); ‘ ‘Greenstick Fractures’ and ‘There’s now general agreement’ (Magma), ‘Boathouses’ and ‘The Time on You’ (The Fenland Reed); ‘Oppositions of Want’ (Oxford Poetry, poem previously commended in Poetry London competition 2013); ‘The Centipede’ (The Interpreter’s House).

2015: ‘Seeing John’ (Magma); ‘The French for Chin’ and ‘Paris Plage’ (South Bank Poetry); Lady Justice’ and ‘When You Hear The Living Statues Complain’ (The Rialto); ‘How To Find Me’ (Magma); ‘January’ and ‘The Honey Veil’ (Lighthouse); ‘Assignment: The Village’ (Envoi); ‘Going Through‘ (Poetry News); ‘Midday at the Java Café’ (Bare Fiction); ‘Oh when love has gone’ and ‘Catching Her Drift’ (The Interpreter’s House, issue 58); ‘All the Men’ (Acumen); ‘Yada Yada Yada’ (Ladders, Aldeburgh Poetry Festival anthology); ‘Sunday Morning (after Edward Hopper)’ and ‘The Swell Speed of Mrs Jackson’s Knees’ (Orbis).

2014: ‘Baltic Woman‘ (Troubadour Prize);’ All About Wendy’, ‘Waiting on the Weather’ and ‘Eight Faces of Anne Hidalgo’ (Ware Poets Anthology); ‘Arch of Triumph’ (Paris LitUp 2); ‘Deathflake‘ (Under the Radar); ‘Lost City’ and ‘Capacity’ (The North); ‘North’ (Magma); ‘Round the Block‘ (Café Writers); ‘Gare du Midi’ (South Bank Poetry); ‘We were not stopping but always did’ (The Moth); ‘Feel Good’ (Brittle Star); ‘The Guest‘ (Poetry News).

2013: ‘Human Underwear’ (The Interpreter’s House); ‘Quail’ and ‘Spotting Dotterels’ (Birdbook 3); ‘Upping the ante‘ (Poems in which); ‘The Boardroom’ (Double screen TV/film anthology); ‘Glacé’ (The North); ‘Wake Up And’ (Lighthouse); 2013; ‘Sparrow’ (South Bank Poetry); ‘The Apprentice‘, ‘The Pull‘ and ‘Cautious means Reduce’ (Magma).

2012: ‘Fifteen’ (Silk Road Review); ‘The Teenage Existential‘ (Troubadour Prize); ‘Mrs Thatcher’ and ‘The Half-Born Men’ (14 Magazine); ‘His Own Private Gazebo’ (The Wolf); ‘Waistcoat of Life’, ‘Family Values’, ‘The Protagonist’, ‘Notes on Contributors’, ‘The Briefing’, ‘London’s Burning’ and ‘What Dick Found (Adventures in Form); ‘Hunstanton’ and ‘The Struggle Wiggle Process’ (Norwich Writer’s Circle anthology); ‘Turkish Delight’ (Kent and Sussex anthology), ‘Hearts of Romaine’ (South Bank Poetry); ‘Womb‘ (Poetry News); ‘Le Rex’ (Ware Poets anthology); ‘Nihilism in Paris’ (South Bank Poetry); ‘Our Aisles are Bigger than Our Belly’, ‘Temporary Shelter’ and ‘Making Moulds’ (The Delinquent).

2011: ‘Scaffolding’ (The Rialto); ‘Victorian Spectacle’ (The Interpreter’s House); ‘Sweep’ (14 magazine); ‘Horseplay’ (Other Poetry); ‘Ashby-de-la-Zouch’ (The North); ‘Eurostar’ (exercise de style)’ (The Interpreters’ House); ‘The Paddle Out’ (Poetry London); ‘On Being Tall’ (Weyfarers); ‘The Perforation Gauge’ (Bridport Prize anthology).

2010 and before: ‘The embarrassment of a Second Hello’ and ‘Nothing Offensive’ (Stand); ‘On Sundays‘ (Poetry News); ‘Notes on Contributors’ (EKO Anthology); ‘Two German Lads on my Eurostar’ and ‘Our Town Can Take A Joke’ (South Bank Magazine); ‘Dating Rules’ (Magma); Coffee Breaks’, ‘The Whole Shebang’ and ‘Paying Dues’ (South); ‘Honouring the Dead’ and ‘Duffle’ (Smiths Knoll); ‘Prodigal Bird’ and ‘Telescope’ (The North); ‘Stop Texting’ and ‘Comparisons and Sons Ltd’ (Tears in the Fence); ‘If’ and ‘The Chair’ (14 magazine); ‘Alibi’ (The Penniless Press); ‘Today I bring you some tips and wisdom from the people who trick you all into thinking I am a fabulous woman’ (Seam).


Print magazines: 14 Magazine, Acumen, Ambit, Bare Fiction, Brittle Star, Coast to Coast, The Dark Horse, Envoi, Finished Creatures, Lighthouse, Magma (‘The Apprentice‘), Marble, Orbis, Other Poetry, Oxford Poetry, Oxford Review of Books, PN Review, Poetry London, Poetry News (‘The Guest‘), Poetry Wales, Seam, Silk Road Review (US), Smiths Knoll, South, South Bank Poetry, Spears, Stand, Tears in the Fence, The Curlew, The Delinquent, The Fenland Reed, The French Literary Review, The Frogmore Papers, The Interpreter’s House, The Moth, The North, The Northampton Review, The Penniless Press, The Rialto, The View from Under the Hedge, The Wolf, Under the Radar (‘Deathflake‘), and Weyfarers.

Online magazines: And Other Poems ‘The Barbecue‘; Poems in Which (issue 4) ‘Upping the Ante‘, Here/There (Issue 2) ‘Duffle’ (Issue 4) ‘Feel Good (Gone Viral)’, Ink, Sweat and Tears, The Compass (four poems from The Days that Followed Paris), The High Window (two poems from TDTFP),  Poetry Spotlight (‘Suspicion‘); The American Aesthetic ‘The Guest‘; The Scores (‘Moving the Hens‘); London Grip (‘Banisters’); ‘January‘ (Ink, Sweat & Tears); ‘Banisters‘ (London Grip); ‘Retort’ (Raceme); ‘The Calling‘ (Guernsey On The Move Competition); ‘The Future is Never Worn‘, ‘Wolvendael (Valley of the Wolves‘, ‘The Geography of Europe‘ and ‘Spring, and you know, the usual thing‘ (Write Where We Are Now, MMU)  ‘Horizontal‘ (Dust Poetry); ‘The Downside of the Upside‘ (New Boots and Pantisocracies); ‘Rabo (Tail)‘ (harana poetry); ‘Hard Drive‘ (Irisi Magazine); ‘The Village Show‘ (Words for the Wild); ‘Lake’ and ‘Infidelity (The Credits)’ (Anthropocene); ‘Relationship as Zoom’, ‘Confinement in Brussels’, ‘This Is Just to Say (lockdown)’, Quatrains in Quarantine’, ‘There Once Was a Tutor on Zoom‘ (Poetry and Covid); ‘Atrium (‘On Pelmets’);

Anthologies: Kites (Highgate Poets, 2010), Ware Poets Anthology (2011 and 2014), Bridport Prize Anthology (2011 and 2013), Adventures in Form (Penned in the Margins, 2012), EKO Anthology, Kent & Sussex Anthology, Norwich Writer’s Circle Anthology 2011/2012,Urban Harvest (Highgate Poets 2012), The Space it Might Take (Highgate Poets 2014); Urban Myths and Legends: poems about transformation (eds. Rachel Piercey and Emma Wright, The Emma Press, 2016); Best of British: an anthology of poems about Great Britain (Paper Swans Press, 2017); One for the Road: an anthology of pubs and poetry (eds. Helen Mort and Stuart Maconie, Smith/Doorstop, 2017); Herrings: a celebration of Poetry in Aldeburgh (eds. Daphne Warburg Astor and Andrew Hewish, Blue Door Press with Poetry in Aldeburgh, 2017); Humanagerie (eds. Sarah Doyle and Allen Ashley, Eibonvale Press, 2018); Coming & Going – Poems for Journeys (HappenStance, 2019); The Result is What You See Today (Anthology on Running, eds. Kim Moore, Ben Wilkinson, Paul Deaton, Smith/Doorstop 2019); Live Canon (Competition, Anthology 2020); Winchester (Poetry Prize Anthology, 2020); Poems for the Year 2020: Eighty Poets on the Pandemic (ed. Merryn Williams, Shoestring Press 2021)

Websites: Coffee-House Poetry at the Troubadour poems ‘The Teenage Existential‘ and ‘Baltic Woman‘), Royal Collection Trust (poem ‘Womb‘), Poetry Society with poems ‘On Sundays‘ ‘The Guest‘ and ‘Going Through‘). Poetry School with poem ‘Arcadia‘ and ‘Windward‘ (also featured on Resurgence site); And Other Poems with ‘The Barbecue (Royal Wedding, 1981)‘.

Newspapers: Observant (poem ‘Waistcoat of Life‘), The Cambridge Student, The New European


2022: Highly commended in AUB poetry competition (Glynn Maxwell); Shortlisted in Hastings poetry competition (John McCullough); Longlisted in the Live Canon open poetry competition (Rebecca Goss);

2021: Highly Commended in Poets and Players (Séan Hewitt); Longlisted in the Plough Prize (Roger McGough); Commended in Ver Poets Competition (André Mangeot);

2020: First prize in the Prole Poetry Competition for ‘Elephant’ (Jonathan Edwards); Commended in the Winchester Poetry Prize for ‘Birkenstocks’ (Andrew McMillan); Longlisted in the Live Canon Open Poetry Competition for ‘Boy at the End of a Long Narrow Garden’ (Mona Arshi); Shortlisted in the Bridport Poetry Competition (Mimi Khalvati).

2018: Joint first prize in the Bare Fiction poetry competition for ‘Letters to Brazil‘ (Wayne Holloway-Smith); Highly commended in the Plough Prize for ‘Zebra Foal in Tesco Car Park’ (Pascale Petit), subsequently published in Finished Creatures.

2017: Shortlisted in the Basil Bunting Prize for ‘Selfie with Waterlilies’ (Ahren Warner); winner of the Paper Swans Press pamphlet competition for ‘Selfie with Waterlilies’ (Jill Munro); winner of the Free Verse Poetry Book Fair competition for ‘One Year’ (Chrissy Williams, Joey Connolly and Daljit Nagra); shortlisted in the Oxford Brookes International Poetry Competition (Helen Mort); highly commended in the Resurgence Prize for ‘Windward‘ (Lavinia Greenlaw and Mina Gorji).

2016: Commended in the Nottingham Open Poetry Competition for ‘Slower‘ (Liz Berry).

2015: Winner of the 2014/15 Poetry Business Book & Pamphlet Competition, judged by Billy Collins; two poems longlisted in the 2014 National Poetry Competition (Roddy Lumsden, Glyn Maxwell, Zoe Skoulding); shortlisted for the Wells Poetry Competition for ‘The Rain in Spain’. Winner of the Poetry News members’ competition for ‘Going through‘ (Katy Evans-Bush).

2014: First prize in the South Bank Poetry Competition 2014 for ‘Gare du Midi’ (Clare Pollard); Second prize in the Ware Poets Open Poetry competition 2014 for ‘Eight Faces of Anne Hidalgo’ (Roddy Lumsden) and commended for ‘Waiting on the Weather’ and ‘All about Wendy’; Second prize in the Cafe Writer’s Open Poetry Competition 2014 for ‘Round the Block‘ (Deryn Rees-Jones); Third Prize in Torbay Open Poetry Competition 2014 for ‘All the Men’ (R V Bailey); Commended in the Poetry London competition 2014 for ‘Oppositions of Want’ (Michael Symmons Roberts); Commended in the Troubadour International Poetry Prize for ‘Baltic Woman‘ (Amy Wack and Neil Astley); commended in the Magma Editor’s Prize for ‘North’ (Magma). Winner of the Poetry News members’ competition for ‘The Guest‘ (Kei Miller).

2013First prize in the Magma Editor’s competition for a poem of up to 10 lines (‘The Pull‘); highly commended in the Bridport in the Flash Fiction category for ‘Lincolnshire’ (David Swann); commended in the Ledbury poetry competition for ‘The Guest‘ (Esther Morgan); highly commended and longlisted in the Havant Literary Festival (Wendy Klein).

2012: Second Prize in the Troubadour International Poetry Competition for ‘The Teenage Existential‘ (Jane Draycott and Bernard O’Donoghue); third Prize in the Kent & Sussex Open Poetry Competition 2012 for ‘Turkish Delight’ (Mimi Khalvati); highly commended in the Norwich Writer’s Circle competition for ‘Hunstanton’ and ‘The Struggle Wiggle Process’ (Helen Ivory); winner of the Poetry News members’ competition on the theme of the anatomist/Leonardo da Vinci for ‘Womb‘ (Clive Wilmer).

2011: Highly commended in the Bridport Prize for ‘The Perforation Gauge’ (Carol Ann Duffy); shortlisted in the Ware Poets competition for ‘Le Rex’ (Katrina Naomi);

2010: Winner of the Poetry News members’ competition for ‘On Sundays‘ (Jane Yeh).


‘In defence of humour: comedic effect in the poetry of Sylvia Plath’, Orbis #187, May 2019.

‘”The Poet as Witness”: C D Wright & The Art of Curating the Past’, Wild Court, April 2019.

‘Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Poetry Pamphlet’, Laldy! West of Scotland’s Literary Journal, issue 2, Winter 2018.


Poetry Wales, on ‘O Positive’ by Joe Dunthorne and ‘Erato’ by Deryn Rees-Jones, Spring 2020

Sphinx online (Poetry Pamphlet Reviews and Features), on ‘Stealing Shadow‘ by Stefan Kielbasiewicz and ‘H is for Hadeda‘ by Alexandra Strnad, 2018.

The North, issue 66 on Manuel Vilas, Matthew Sweeney and David Morley; issue 59 on Joan Margarit and Josep Lluís Aguiló; issue 53 on five collections (Jonathan Edwards, Oliver Dixon, Toby Martinez de las Rivas, Kei Miller and Zoe Skoulding); issue 51 on Poetry Salzburg pamphlets; issue 49 on Flipped Eye and Happenstance pamphlets; issue 47 on Nasty Little Press pamphlets.

PN Review issue 238 on first collections by Adam Crothers and Rebecca Watts.

Various reviews in Paris for the Poets Live anglophone monthly readings series and the Ivy Writers monthly bilingual experimental poetry reading series.


He has also authored a Poetry School download on the Oulipo N+7 technique.

Email correspondence and new poems with Valentina Konstantinidi regarding Greek translation of my poem ‘Wake Up And’ published in Lighthouse issue 5 (summer 2014).

Email correspondence about Chinese translation with Rilke Greenth around my poem ‘The Guest‘ that appeared in Poetry News published in Lighthouse issue 9 (summer 2015).

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