Dave James Horn is a prolific poet. When he hasn’t got his pen on a page his head is alive with words, all shifting about and forming themselves into rhythm and rhyme. His first full collection, Visible Thoughts, takes those literary shapes and brings them to the page. In over two hundred poems exploring philosophy,Continue reading “Visible Thoughts by Dave James Horn”
I’ll be running a writing workshop with Ashford Speakup CIC where we’ll be crafting poems and prose for the Canterbury Christ Church University World Mental Health Day Writing Competition 2017. Come along to the Scout Hut on Forge Lane at 11am on Tuesday 12th September and get stuck in! For more details see below. Canterbury ChristContinue reading “Writing Workshop – World Mental Health Day”
I went on a walk with Inua Ellams and Side Story, wrote this poem, and it has been published in Stepaway Magazine. Cool.
If ever we needed proof that literature is relevant, universal and timeless, the Southbank Centre’s summer and autumn programme provides it. Across the next few months authors, poets and writers will be responding to the current political and social climate through the magic or words. John le Carré introduces his new novel, A Legacy ofContinue reading “Words at the Southbank”
One of the brilliant things about words is how they shine a light on other people’s worlds. On the pages and in the ears exist lenses and windows, portals into a place we might never go. How You Might Know Me is a poetic exploration of four women’s lives, connected through their experience in differentContinue reading “How You Might Know Me – Sabrina Mahfouz”