Tag Archives: Deborah Harvey

Finest: Deborah Harvey – “When Stanley Spencer didn’t marry my grandmother”

Deborah Harvey wonders whether art might well have imitated her grandmother’s life.

Ring out the old, ring in the new

My usual end of year burbling.

Communing joint launch 10/06/16

A successful launch for Communing as well as a round-up of other news.

Cheltenham Poetry Festival – 12/05/16

I was recently invited to take part in an Indigo Dreams Publishing showcase event at Cheltenham Poetry Festival. Never having attended a poetry festival before I didn’t know what to expect, and knowing it would be in a pub I thought it might be quite low key. Cheltenham is an easy drive for me from […]


Read all about it…

A long overdue blog update. So much has been happening recently both work-wise and in terms of my writing and editing that I just haven’t had the time. The biggest news of course is that my pamphlet, Communing, came out in mid-February. Opening my box of copies was an incredible experience, one which I’ll always […]

New Year news!

An update on poems published, the Clear Poetry anthology and my upcoming pamphlet.