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Poetry Pamphlets              



A poetry pamphlet inspired by Shetland landscape and folklore published  by HappenStance Press in March, 2015. 

Poems in this pamphlet have been published in the Edinburgh Review, Northwords Now; The New Shetlander,  Southlight 15 and the online Glasgow Review of Books. Also in the ezines Ink, Sweat and Tears, And Other Poems and in 'Penning Powers' on the Scottish P.E.N. website and 'I'm Coming with you' a (S) PEN anthology; 'My Love, the Shetland Trowie'  is in 'Mildly Erotic Love Poems, Volume 2' published by Emma Press, Jan, 2016;'Da Mirrie Dancers' appears on the Cloud Appreciation Society's website.

One of the poems, 'The Child of Breckon Sands' was set to music, for  voice and piano by Marisa Sharon Hartanto and performed by mezzo-soprano, Alison Wells as part of the Young Composers' Masterclass event at the St Magnus Festival, Orkney, 2013. Another poem 'Ayre' inspired a dance piece choreographed by Matthew Hawkins and performed by Platinum at the Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, 2015.

Read sample poems:  The Wind's Rant


See:  HappenStance Press

Publisher's blurb: HappenStance blog  And Another Thing Poetry can do.  



'Glass Works' (Cat's Pyjamas Publications, 2005). Shortlisted for the Callum MacDonald Award, 2006.

This pamphlet was inspired by observing glass-making through to finished art work by students at Edinburgh College of Art and is illustrated by photographs taken by the author or by the students themselves of their glass art.

'Dancers' from this pamphlet was published in the Glasgow Herald, 19.5.2006.

'Blue' appeared in  A Skein of Geese (Shed Press), the 101 Poets at StAnza Festival, 2007, published 2008.

Read sample poem:    Blue

Limited edition sold out.


Most notable single poem publications:

'Sanday' was commissioned by the St Magnus Festival, Orkney, 2016 on its 40th Anniversary and celebrates the composer, Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, who founded the festival. The poem is published in the festival programme.

'Meadow Lane Riffs'  on the Scottish Poetry Library's website, 2005. (Selected as 'one of the Best 20 Poems published by a writer living in Scotland during 2004'.)

'Your Voice' was short-listed by the judge Penelope Shuttle at the Strokestown Poetry Festival, 2009.

'Crimson' published in 'Sound of an Iceberg: New Writing Scotland, 37' (ASLS, Glasgow Univeristy, Sept, 2019);

'The Rhoider' published in The Rialto, issue 91, Autumn, 2018;

'Hanmer's Agate'  published in the Europe-themed issue of  Magma in April, 2018;

Stephanie's poems have been published in Butcher's Dog, The Edinburgh Review, the Glasgow Review, Magma, Northwords Now, Orbis, The Red Wheelbarrow, Poetry Scotland, Quattrocentro, New Writing Scotland 21 and 37 (ASLS), The New Shetlander, Poetry Wales, The New Welsh Review, The Rialto and Writing Women.

Most notable Poems published in the following Anthologies:

'Polar Bear' to be published in an ebook (2020) as part of the Nansen Project, organized by StAnza and selected by Juana Alcock;

'Desire Paths' appears on Bill Herbert  and Andy Jackson's blog 'New Boots and Pantisocracies', poems during the pandemic, Aug, 2020;

'A Painter and his Son'  commended by the judge John Glenday in the William Soutar  competition, 2015 is published in an ebook via Perth Library website.

Also in the following anthologies:  

'Umbrellas of Edinburgh', Stirling Publishers, 2nd edition,  2020; 'Scotia  Extremis'  2019;
 'Signal' (Edinburgh Festival of Art, 2016) to commemorate the WW1 Dazzle ships; 
 'Deseeded' Vol 3, in celebration of the late Julia Darling, edited by Degna Smith, May, 2015. View
 'A Place Beyond Belief', poems written during the St Magnus Festival Orkney Writers' Course, 2013, published online A Skein of Geese (Shed Press), the 101 Poets at StAnza Festival, 2007, published 2008.
Also in numerous anthologies published by Cinnamon Press, Dove Tales, (S)P.E.N., Freight Books  The Knuckle End, and Wyvern Works (Poetry on the Lake) amongst others.


Poems published in newspapers/non-literary magazines/other venues or appearing as installations.

 'Berlin Umbrella', poetry/sound installation, the result of collaboration between Stephanie as poet  and Sonja Heyer, as sound  artist. Participants listen to recordings within special     umbrellas and go on a self-directed walk. Launched in Berlin in 2018 and also at          StAnza, March 2020.
'BA soundtrack of my poem  'Light' (a ghazal) was played as  part of an installation to light up the dark closes of Dumfries (S/W Scotland) and was part of a 3-day Celebration of Light culminating on the town's Christmas Lights switch-on, end Nov 2015.

'De'l Take the Minister' on the Isle of Fetlar, Shetland, has been selected as part of the online Scotland's Mapping project by StAnza, March 2015.

'At the Rectory' has inspired a photogravure print by Ana Speedie, to be exhibited at Edinburgh Printmakers from 16th Nov-4th Dec, 2013;

'Paganini's Template in a Shetland Barn' printed on a poster on display in a public toilet in Shetland, part of the Bards in the Bog competition, April, 2012;

'My Luve', a tribute to Burns, written on acetate and displayed on a window pane in Dumfries, part of Burns' Windows project, Jan 2012;

Clockworks (left in carriages on the Glasgow subway), 2012;

'Dancers' (from 'Glass Works') in The Herald, Glasgow, 19.5.2006.



'Mulberry and Silk' written by Stephanie Green and Zoe Meyer ( Sage Press, 2003).


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