The North by North West Poetry tour visited York, Manchester, Edge Hill, Leeds, Sheffield and Liverpool in January and February, presenting over sixty brand new collaborative works. All films are online at the Enemies site, including this from Geraldine Monk and Alan Halsey in Sheffield.
Amy McCauley will perform at the next Other Room on Tuesday 21st February at The Castle Hotel, 66 Oldham Street, Manchester M4 1LE. 7 PM start, free entry as always. The other performers are Steven Hitchins and Bryony Bates.
Amy McCauley lives in Manchester. Her current projects include: a book of poetry which re-imagines the Oedipus myth (Oedipa), a book of essays on language, violence and desire (Propositions) and a book of dialogues about Joan of Arc (CaNToS of JoaN). Amy works as poetry editor for New Welsh Review and is the recipient of a 2016 Northern Writers’ Award for poetry. She occasionally writes under the pseudonym ‘Kathy Groan.’ You can find out more about her work at http://mccauliana.weebly.com/, plus at Junction Box and the Stockholm Review.
The 4th tape of poet James Davies making and describing his work ‘Yellow Lines Drawn on Sheets of A4 Paper and then Placed in a Box’
P E D I C U R E
a new book of poems by Tom Betteridge
published by Sine Wave Peak
Bryony Bates will perform at the next Other Room on Tuesday 21st February at The Castle Hotel, 66 Oldham Street, Manchester M4 1LE. 7 PM start, free entry as always. The other performers are Steven Hitchins and Amy McCauley.
Bryony Bates lives in Manchester and mostly writes poetry. She was 2014/15 Writer in Residence for Archives+ at Manchester Central Library, and has been published in Sure Hope, Ladybeard Magazine, and Spoke: A New Queer Anthology from Dog Horn Press. She is a member of the writing collective Young Enigma, as well as Contact Theatre’s Young Company.