After living on the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal for 33 years I moved to a small village in North Wales where I stare out of my windows at greenery and buzzards and sheep. Occasionally I write about them.
I’ve been drafting and reworking poetry since 2000 and publishing it on and off since finishing my MA in 2003.
My debut pamphlet, Someone Else’s Street, is available from HappenStance Press here.
As stanza rep for the Poetry Society’s North East Wales stanza, Cross Border Poets, I spend a lot of time thinking about poetry, reading poetry and planning poetry workshops.
I think about other things too.