Poetry Mentoring Scheme 2019

I’m excited to be teaming up with Laura Wainwright & Lizzie Kemball to share ideas & advice under this new mentorship scheme.

Hecuba’s Grief: musings on my time at Hay

Hecuba’s Grief: musings on my time at Hay Last month, I attended Hay Festival as part of the Writers at Work scheme. I had the most amazing time, learned from some truly inspiring writers, made invaluable connections and came home with a suitcase full of books. I’ve always written about marginalised characters, primarily women, and…

In Conversation with Black Bough Poetry

The lovely people at Black Bough Poetry asked me a few questions for a Twitter interview. I love how it turned out! Thanks to editor Matthew Smith & guest reader Katie Stockton for asking such great questions which really got me thinking! I’d encourage anyone to send a piece in to Black Bough – it’s a…

The Crunch Issue 10

I loved being part of multimedia magazine The Crunch’s last issue of 2018. Curators Adam Sillman, Rhys Owain Williams and Richard James Jones asked me to join them for a chat about my debut poetry collection on a blustery Winter evening before Christmas, and we recorded the podcast instalment of Issue 10 of The Crunch….

What is a Poetry Pamphlet?

With the deadline of The Rialto‘s Poetry Pamphlet competition looming (31st December 2018), I got to thinking about what exactly a poetry pamphlet entails. How long is a poetry pamphlet? How does it differ from a collection? How should you go about putting one together? And where can you submit it once it’s ready? WHAT IS A…

Voices on the Bridge

An evening of live music and poetry starting at 7:30, globetrotters bar, November 15th.

Salacia, a poem

Salacia is a available to order now from Parthian books. See more

Poetry at Ye Olde Murenger, Newport

Come and see us at Ye Olde Murenger in Newport on 19th September, and maybe pick up a book or two! Rhian will even sign your bum if you ask her nicely 😉

Poetry at the Pound: Llansteffan Literary Festival

Llansteffan Lit Festival After the success of last year’s inaugural event, Llansteffan Lit Fest returns with a week-long celebration of the best literary talent from Wales and beyond. Featuring fiction, poetry, history and art, two literary walks and a great literature quiz in venues in and around the pretty coastal village of Llansteffan, this year’s…