Review of ‘Three Colours Grief’

Three Colours Grief was published 2 years ago by erbacce-press. Only now, thanks to Barton Smock, has it had its first review. The three colours represent the blood of the animals, the blackness of pollution, and nature's enduring life-force. You can read the review here.

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Erbacce Poetry Journal 50th Edition

I was honoured to be one of the poets invited to contribute to this 50th issue of Erbacce Poetry Journal. We were asked to send a poem about something that we are passionate about - my poem is about a dying whale. At the moment I can't find a link to purchase a copy but [...]

Lesley Quayle – Two poems

I am delighted to share two environmental poems by Lesley Quayle.  These poems arose from projects she worked on alongside Friends of the Earth and Transport 2000, trying to combat the industrialisation of greenbelt and an AONB. Remember, if you appreciate a poet's work the best support you can give is to purchase their books. You can [...]

Three Colours Grief

I'm very pleased to say that my sales page at erbacce-press has been updated with my new chapbook, Three Colours Grief. Many thanks to editor, Alan Corkish, and to David Wheatley, Marion McCready and Angela Carr for providing the blurbs. If you would like to order a signed copy there will be a slight delay [...]

erbacce-prize 2012

I am extremely pleased to have been short-listed for the erbacce-prize for the second year in succession. It is quite a long short-list but from over 4000 entries I feel somewhat justified in my sense of accomplishment and am in some great company. Thanks to the guys at erbacce who continue to maintain this fantastic [...]