Tag Archives: Ronnie Goodyer
Finest: Ronnie Goodyer – “Being There”
A stunner from Indigo Dreams co-director Ronnie Goodyer today, which shows how the poet can faithfully capture a moment for a reader.
Finest: Dawn Bauling – “In the lane”
A moving, bitter-sweet poem from Dawn Bauling today.
When I sat down to write this latest blog update, I did so thinking that 2017 has been a quiet year for me as a writer, but it was actually anything but! In terms of writing, I haven’t spent anything like enough time on new work – the vast majority of the poems I’ve drafted […]
A bit of a round-up for this blog piece. You may have read an earlier article on here where I wrote about putting my first manuscript together. Well, the great news is that I finished doing that by the end of January and sent it out to a few poet friends to give me their […]
In which I burble about some IDP readings in Bristol and Exeter, as well as 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 […]
It was great to arrive home from work today to find the latest issue of Indigo Dreams’ Sarasvati quarterly journal waiting for me. Ably edited by Dawn Bauling and with its usual dazzling cover imagery by Ronnie Goodyer, it’s another handsome-looking publication from IDP.