Poetry by Stephanie Green 

Collaborations with artists in other media: painting, light installation, dance and sound.

2023, May   A second collaboration with Sound Artist, Sonja Heyer,   'Rewilding: Brodgar: poetry/sound walk' 

                         a celebration and lament for endangered species,   appeared as part of the Orkney Nature Festival

                         on site   or online. 

                       Also available on the Writers Rebel website. 


2018-20       A collaboration with Sound Artist,  Sonja Heyer on 'Berlin Umbrella' a site- 

                          specific  'aural walk'  produced by lettretage and launched in Viktoria Park

                          Kreuzberg, Berlin in June, 2018, then at StAnza Festival, Scotland, 2020.

                           See my Blog for work-in-progress posts and interviews.

                          Promotional video (not the full work):  Berlin Umbrella

2017             A poetry and electronic soundscape collaboration with Mark Harding.                

2015, Dec.   'Ayre' from Flout (HappenStance, 2015) inspired a dance piece choreographed 

                          by Matthew Hawkins   and was performed by Platinum Dance at the Queen's    

                            Hall, Edinburgh. See my Blog on Ayre  

2015, Nov.    'Light' was part of an installation in the 'Dark Closes' project in Dumfries; 

2015, Oct    'Honesty' a watercolour by Jean Ashcroft was inspired by my poem of that 

                             name and the two exhibited together at the Ladybank Art Gallery, in

                            the   former    Station Master's House, Fife. See Blog for view of   picture,


2013, June   'The Child of Breckon Sands'  from Flout (HappenStance, 2015) was set to      

                              music  for voice and  piano by Marisa Sharon Hartanto and performed by

                             mezzo- soprano,  Alison Wells at a Masterclass   in the Peedie Kirk,  St Magnus

                            Festival,  Orkney, 2013. See my Blog on my selkie poem