Places of Poetry anthology

I’m thrilled to announce The Places of Poetry anthology, edited by Andrew McRae and Paul Farley will be launched on 1st October, National Poetry Day 2020.

My poem Crows was inspired by Haslam Park in Lancashire; and by my experiences of otherness and of somehow not belonging. This is why for me at least, it is especially meaningful to have been invited to participate in this wonderful project and event.

I hope you join us for the launch, tickets are free – see you there!

2 thoughts on “Places of Poetry anthology

  1. looksl like fun….feel free to post info (and poems) on the ….idiotic and feeble minded poets facebook page….ps…who wants to belong……

    On Sun, Sep 27, 2020 at 9:38 AM KatNeocleousPoetry wrote:

    > This Poet posted: ” I’m thrilled to announce The Places of Poetry > anthology, edited by Andrew McRae and Paul Farley will be launched on 1st > October, National Poetry Day 2020. My poem Crows was inspired by Haslam > Park in Lancashire; and by my experiences of otherness an” >

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