Tag Archives: The Interpreter’s House

Finest: Emma Simon – “The Circus of Possibilities”

The Circus Of Possibilities To: Simpkins, Michael From: Temp Account Subject: The Circus of Possibilities Apologies Mr Simpkins, I do not have the details of this afternoon’s meeting. But need to inform you that a circus train bound for the Caucasus leaves at 3:48. Will you run away with me? I’ve watched you plot mortality […]

Finest: Gill Lambert – “The Woman Who Would Be Your Wife”

A memorable poem from Gill Lambert.

Another year

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 […]

“Wake” on YorkMix, plus lots of other exciting news!

A new poem published on Carole Bromley’s YorkMix blog, plus a roundup of lots more exciting news!