My new books have arrived!
19 November 2020
I had two very exciting deliveries in two days. My 98th and 99th published book have both arrived. Two books in two days!
Looking Through Water is published by Poetry Space. It is a collection of poetry about loss, that of my eyesight.
Book #99 is called Imagine a Kiss, published by Dempsey & Windle.
And there is a #100 already at the publishers. Should be out in 2021!
Tiger, Tiger, Burning Bright!
16 September 2020
I am very proud to be included in Tiger, Tiger, Burning Bright! An Animal Poem for Every Day of the Year (ISBN 1788005678), illustrated by Britta Teckentrup and collected by Fiona Waters. It is published by Nosy Crow in association with the National Trust.
The follow-up to our highly-acclaimed, multi-award-winning collection, I Am the Seed That Grew the Tree: A Nature Poem for Every Day of the Year, Tiger, Tiger is a beautifully illustrated book with 366 animal poems – one for every day of the year – ranging from unforgettable classics to contemporary works from around the world, including poetry in translation.
Tiger, Tiger includes work by Roger McGough, William Blake, Dick King-Smith, Ted Hughes, Grace Nichols, Lewis Carroll, Christina Rossetti, Emily Dickinson - and by me!
Face-to-face at last!
9 September 2020
We had our first face-to-face Nunney Poetry Workshop in our garden this morning. The first since March, although we kept together by Zoom. But it's not the same.
We were lucky with the weather. Nine of us altogether, exceeding the six from now on!
Thanks to everyone who shared their poems, their sadness, their joy and their memories.
Next meeting 14th October. We will just have to wait and see what's permitted - there's always Zoom!
Book launch at Hunting Raven bookshop
10 April 2019
Here are some photographs of the wonderful and well-attended launch event for Hand in Hand, the first anthology of poems by the Nunney Poetry Workshop. It took place at Hunting Raven bookshop in Frome.
A to Z Challenge: A is for poet Moira Andrew
2 April 2019
Click here to read Moira Andrew's work published by Poetry Roundabout as part of the A to Z Challenge.
The A to Z challenge features a feast of poets and poems for every day except Sundays in April.
The Poetry Roundabout websites is packed with children's poetry, news, interviews, poetry tips and fun. Well worth a read!