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June 21st, 7pm    I will be reading at the Midsummer concert (poetry and music) of Dove Tales

May 31st,      7.30 p.m. Iain Whitely has invited me along with Milla Van Der Have and Rachel
                      Donati  to read at the online launch of his first collection 'Ping!' (Write Bloody, U.K.)
Jan 21st        7p.m. online.  Link on Dove Tales website.
                      I'll be reading my poem 'Prayer for Peace' (on the 70th Anniversary of the
                      Hiroshima Bomb) at a Dove Tales event  celebrating the UN's Treaty
                      on the Proliferation of Nuclear weapons, banning the use of nuclear weapons,
                      which will come into force as international law on following day. 

Jan               The Nansen ebook anthology (Ward/St Andrews Museum/StAnza edited by
                     Juanita Adcock) has been published, including my poem responding to a 
                     photograph of a polar bear by the Norwegian explorer, scientist, diplomat, 
                     humanitarian and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Fridtjof Nansen.
                     You can read more about Nansen at this link:


Nov 26th         My poem 'Grimsey Island, May 2017'  appears in 'Channel' magazine.
                       I will also be reading it at the online launch, Nov 26th on Zoom at 8 p.m.

Nov               Delighted that Milla Van der Have has invited me to be co-selector of poets                                    for her monthly online poetry event PoetryLit.
Oct  2nd        I am reading as 'Featured Poet' along with Hugh McMillan at an online event
                      PoetryLit.   7pm GMT.  

Aug               'Desire Paths' appears in Bill Herbert and Andy Jackson's 'New Boots and 
                      Pantisocracies', pestilence poems. (Online blog).

June-July       Delighted to have been accepted onto the Seamus Heaney Centre, (Queen's 
                      University, Belfast) Poetry Summer School. Online due to Covid.

Fri 6th-Sun 8th March  
                       Delighted that  'Berlin Umbrella', (which launched in Berlin in 2018) has been 
                       confirmed as appearing at  StAnza, Scotland's poetry festival in St Andrews. 

                      This is an aural walk, a poetry/sound collaboration between myself as poet
                      and Sonja Heyer, as sound  artist. Participants listen to recordings within special 
                      umbrellas and go on a self- directed walk.

                      The three of us will also take part in a Meet the Artist 
                      event on Sat 11.30-12.15 to talk about the genesis and process of the 3-way 

                      More on Sonja Heyer .
                      Valerie Coffin Price, the artist, has also responded to
                      the poems with art-work entitled 'Berlin Water'.
                     This will be exhibited at the Byre Theatre, level 4
                      during the festival. 

                      Meet the Artist 
                      event on Sat 11.30-12.15  We will talk about the 
                      genesis and process of the 3-way collaboration.              .  



Nov 12th, Tues   
                     'Hanmer's Agate' (first published in Magma) will be published in  Dove Tales' 
                     latest Anthology  'Walls or Bridges'.  I will be reading it at the launch at Lighthouse 
                     Bookshop, West Nicolson Street, Edinburgh. 7p.m.

Sept.             'Crimson' will be published in New Writing Scotland, 37
                     (ASLS) and there will be launch readings in Edinburgh and Glasgow.TBC.

July 18th, Thurs 
                      Delighted I will be reading at the West Cork Literary Festival Fringe in Bantry, 
                      S/W Ireland at the Organico cafe, at  4.30pm.

June 2nd, Sunday      
                       Reading at the Edinburgh Botanical Gardens as part of the Dean Poets:
                       Vicki Feaver, Anna Crowe, Jane McKie, Paula Jennings and Patricia Ace 
                       Venue: the Botanical Cottage,  3-5pm. £12 (£10 members) includes tea and
                       scones.   A fund-raising for the Botanical Gardens.