(from murmur : tasks of mourning (1999-2004)-unpublished)
red shifts (Buckfastleigh, Devon: etruscan books, 2001).
Out of Everywhere:Linguistically Innovative Poetry By Women In North America and the UK (London: Reality Street, 1996).
her/story:eye STEM 01 on the new STEM CD label.
(sections from murmur) can be found at Pores, An Avant-Gardist Journal of Poetics Research - Issue Three - Time : Tempo : Temporality http://www.bbk.ac.uk/pores/3/index.html (April 2004) and Issue Two - Writing: Art: Forms of Politics at http://www.bbk.ac.uk/pores/2/main-htm (December 2002)
and in The Gig 16, (February 2004), Willowdale, Ontario
Chicago Review, 48:4, winter 2003/4 contains my article on a poetry reading given by Tom Raworth and myself, as well exhibition of Tom Raworth's Petites Irregularites, held at centre international de poesie marseille, May, 2002
IMPROVIsation for Bob Cobbing, a tribute to Bob Cobbing, can be found at http://www/indigogroup.co.uk/llpp/tributes.html (October 2002)
Birth Palette (from Palace of Reptiles) and To Our Own Day (from In the House of the Shaman) can be found at www.militantesthetix.co.uk/MERZNITE.html an Evening of Free Improvisation to Celebrate Dadaist Kurt Schwitters, held on 25th January 2002 at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London
Selected anthology/journal appearances:
Now to the Ears (from Palace of Reptiles) in Homo Sonorus: An International anthology of Sound Poetry (with CD), edited/curated by Dmitry Bulatov, The National Center for Contemporary Art, 2001, Kaliningrad:
The New British Poetry : 1968 - 1988, eds. Ken Edwards, et al. Paladin, London, 1988
Boundary 2 - 99 Poets/1999 : An International Poetics Symposium - a Special Issue ed. Charles Bernstein, Vol 26, Duke University Press, Spring 1999
if No. 11 ed. Jean-Jacques Viton, Marseilles 1997
West Coast Line: New British & Irish Writing No. 17 (29/2)
ed. Peter Quartermain, University of British Columbia, Burnaby, BC, 1996
Talisman : A Selection of New UK Poetry No. 16 eds. Richard Caddel and Peter Middleton, Boston, 1996
Born Lincolnshire, 20th July, 1951 to Irish parents. Poet, artist, editor, publisher, she has performed her work and published internationally since the late 1970's. Worked for BBC-TV in London, continuously from1973 and 1988, latterly on arts documentary films, notably as production assistant/researcher on the Arena series.
In 1988, moved to the Pennines outside Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire.
For over a decade she ran her celebrated Writing in Action Adult Education/WEA
weekly classes in Hebden Bridge. Held many residencies in a range of educational
settings, as well as tutoring in creative writing and poetry for Open
College of the Arts correspondence courses for last 11 years. Involved
in numerous, ongoing performance/workshop presentations.
last updated June 11, 2004