Stephanie Green Poet and Writer

Poet, novelist and playwright.

Creative Writing Workshop facilitator for all ages.

Dance and Theatre critic.


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Poetry Readings 

Poems     

Collaborations

Awards

Workshops for Schools and Adults                       Mentoring and Poetry MS Feedback  

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Stephanie at Skerries, County Dublin, with a view of  the Mountains  of Mourne 
 in the  background, sitting  on the seat dedicated to her  ancestor, Percy French,
 who composed  the song 'The Mountains of  Mourne sweep down to the sea'. 

Recipient of New Writer Award 2007, several Creative 
Scotland Awards (2010-15), selected for Best Poems
published in Scotland (2004/5). Writer in Residence at the
Glass department, Edinburgh Art College (2004-5) and 
resulting pamphlet shortlisted for the Callum McDonald
Award (2005/6). Shortlisted in the Strokestown (2009) and 
the Bridport (2015) international competitions.

Her poetry pamphlet 'Flout' (HappenStance, 2015) was 
inspired by Shetland landscape, folklore and music.
'Berlin Umbrella' a poetry/sound collaboration with Sonja
Heyer launched in Berlin, 2018 and will appear at StAnza
in 2020 supported by Creative Scotland, the British Council,
Berlin and the Goethe Institut, Glasgow. 

She has collaborated with many other artists from other
media, including a composer at the St Magnus festival, 
Orkney, a visual artist, a choreographer and as part of a
light installation.  'Poetry in the Persian Tent' was a 5-day 
(one hour each day) mini-festival of poetry and music in
Edinburgh, 2012 organised by Stephanie including poets
John Glenday, Jackie Kay, Marie Howe, Liz Lochhead and 
many others.



To watch a vimeo about Berlin Umbrella 
                           click here.

                                           

See Stephanie's  BLOG  and a guest post from Sonja on the background,
process and development of 'Berlin Umbrella.'




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AYRE DANCE COLLABORATION

Stephanie's Blog post on the dance piece choreographed by Mathew
Hawkins inspired by her poem 'Ayre.' Click .here
                                 

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To listen to Stephanie read 'How to be a Fox' 

 click here


  

Poetry and Sound collaboration 

with Mark Harding.

To listen to Stephanie read 'Unst' to Mark's 

electronic soundscape

                                                

  click here