Oz’s poem, ‘In Praise of Monkeys,’ features in Radio 4’s Something Understood for Sunday 1st March, in which Sir Mark Tully discusses the divinity (& otherwise) of monkeys in different belief systems. It can be listened to throughout March here.
Inspired by the poem ‘A Train and a Fox’ artist Nigel Follett’s painting, This is not Adlestrop, can be seen (and prints ordered from) here. Nigel’s work has been internationally acclaimed, and this tip of the hat is an honour indeed.
Oz’s interview with Elly Fiorentini on BBC Radio York is available to listen to again here until 11th November.
The Ringmaster’s Apprentice is The Poetry Kit‘s ‘Book of the Month’ for October!
Nice piece about the upcoming launch of The Ringmaster’s Apprentice in One&Other here.
Forthcoming collection, The Ringmaster’s Apprentice, is now up for pre-order on the Valley Press website here.
August was productive, with poems published in The Cafe Review, HQ and Reach Poetry, along with the new anthology, Limerick Nation (IRON).