‘ . . . feisty feminist, warrior poet, sharp as the blade she wields, Scotthorne matches the rhythms, focus and structure of her martial arts practise to the written word . . .’ Barbara Donne ‘ . . . a balance of introspection and activity, Scotthorne’s work hurts the soul through its jabs, chops and… Continue reading NEW pamphlet: Semblance out now
This was an amazing experience for me and Paul Hawkins. You can listen to the whole show and me reading some of my poems https://www.mixcloud.com/R…/the-news-agents-21st-march-2015/ Jude Cowan Montague and Alice Foster where inspiring, encouraging hosts and they got us reading and talking in depth about our work. I can definitely recommend The News Agent as… Continue reading Jude Cowen Montague, The News Agents – Resonance FM
Markie decided he needed to focus on his own projects and didn’t have the time to edit on Boscombe Revolution. I am proud to have worked with him. Before Markie left, him and Paul offered me the post of editor, I took a deep breath and said ‘Yes’. My first job as co-editor was to… Continue reading Article in the Morning Star
Now this was something else again; the launch was at The Brick Lane Bookshop. Really stylish and the lads who worked there were really helpful, there was wine aplenty. Headlining was Linda Mannhiem, Gary Budden, Lucy Furlong, Myriam San Marco, Rose Drew, myself and Paul read from his evolving Place/Waste/Dissent manuscript. There were lots of… Continue reading London Launch
Myriam San Marco and Lagan from Verbal Remedies kindly invited us to join them at the Crooked Tea Pot to do a Boscombe Launch. Another packed night, starting with an open mice night and lots of Performance Poets. We were a very different crew to them but they were really excited by our radical poetry and… Continue reading Boscombe Launch
It was a packed night, a great crowd, good atmosphere. Bristol rocked it!
I was invited by Paul Hawkins to be an editor on Boscombe Revolution 3 and I didn’t have the confidence at first to say ‘yes’. Markie Burnhope teamed up with Paul and reminded me of my feminist roots and I agreed to be guest editor. It was one of the best decisions I ever made.… Continue reading Boscombe Revolution 3