A list of past and upcoming readings available here.

A list of some work and projects below, to be updated as and when the chance arrives:




Contributions to Anthologies



  • ‘with the morning,’ Responses to ‘Forbidden Colours’ (c.1988) by Felix Gonzalez-Torres ed. Richard Porter (Pilot Press, forthcoming 2023), in support of Medical Aid for Palestine.
  • ‘A List For Stilling’ available as part of Typoetry, an exhibition of poetry and graphic design taking place in the London Borough of Newham in spring 2022. Around thirty poems will be designed by the students at the University of Art and Design of Lausanne (ECAL), printed in large format and displayed in several areas of Newham.
  • 3 poems, Modern Queer Poets (Pilot Press, 2019)
  • ‘The Sea’s Better Plans’, a Möbius poem, Half-Pint Press (2019)
  • Three Pieces: ‘Mislist’, ‘Rest’, ‘Slides, Spectating, Wings’, Glasfryn Project (September 2017)
  • ‘Slough’, London Review of Books (Vol. 39 No. 16, August 2017)
  • ‘Clementines in November’, Pain (Issue 1, Summer 2017)
  • ‘Counting’ and ‘La Tour des Cèdres’, The Enchanting Verses (September 2016)
  • ‘1785, Jacob Grimm’s Metrovoxpop’, (For Every Year, May 2015)
  • ‘Concentrating, When One Ought Not’, Argument anthology (Oxunibooks, May 2015)
  • ‘Broncia Koller-Pinell’, Kakania: an anthology of new works (Polimekanos, January 2015)
  • ‘Concentrating, When One Ought Not’ featured on The Poetry School’s online CAMPUS as part of Dream Mechanics, convened by Tom Chivers (Summer 2014)
  • Hackney Citizen poetry competition, 2011 (‘Cusp‘)
  • ‘Writer’s Block’, The Dial (Spring, 2010)
  • With Hands On Wheels‘, The Literateur (Dec 2009)
  •  ’Gravity‘ — Christopher Tower



  • ‘A is for — ‘: keynote address for Watch Words: The Furnivals and Text (as) Art in the Long Sixties conference (April 2023)
  • Collaboration with Maria Sledmere for the National Poetry Library’s Earthbound event (Oct 2022)
  • Flanders Poetry Celebration: collaboration with poet Paul Demets for the European Poetry Festival, Southbank Centre curated by S J Fowler (June 2022)
  • Working with Wignall & Moore to produce site-specific narrative texts and character-led guides for Warkworth Castle and English Heritage
  • Short story ‘Ramble‘ commissioned for BBC Radio 4, read by John Lightbody, and produced by Becky Ripley (April 2022)
  • Text and script commissioned as part of Emily Speed‘s solo show ‘Flatland’ for Tate Liverpool (Oct 2021 – Jun 2022). A reading of the work was produced by Alice Gilmour ⁠— available to listen on here ⁠— and a British Sign Language interpretation was provided by Drew Ledson.
  • Contributed to runamok press’ The Poems in Verse on bandcamp, celebrating ten years of Peter Manson’s Mallarmé verse translations (Miami University Press, 2012). Other readers include Charles Bernstein, Tom Betteridge and Emilia Weber, Andrea Brady, cris cheek, Jimmy Cummins, Ellen Dillon, Ken Edwards, Matt Ffytche, Allen Fisher, William Fuller, Peter Gizzi, David Grundy, Dom Hale, Robert Kiely, Will Montgomery, Ron Nevett, Maggie O’Sullivan, Robin Purves, Rachelle Rahmé, Nisha Ramayya, Luke Roberts, Andy Spragg, Keith Tuma and Jo Lindsay Walton. All proceeds (after Bandcamp fees) go to the Poet’s Hardship Fund.
  • Short story cycle Gambits commissioned for BBC Radio 4, featuring a fictional Essex village, follies, and chess. Broadcast throughout the winter 2021, the programmes were produced by Justine Willett with readers including Anton Lesser, Adrian Scarborough and Stephen Mangan.
  • Working with Wignall & Moore to produce texts for the Ulster Transport Museum’s new Museum of Innovation (2021)
  • ‘Scrimshaw’ read by Charlotte Ripley, as part of the BBC National Short Story Award 2020.
  • An essay on Raymond Queneau’s 1958 Exercises in Style trans. Barbara Wright for Penguin’s ‘The Furthest A Book Has Taken Me series (Aug 2020).
  • ‘On Jotting: Ten Postcards’ for Arvon’s The Stories We Tell series (Feb 2020)
  • Forward to Faber’s reissue of Brigid Brophy’s The Snow Ball (2020, orig. 1964)
  • Myth-making‘ — texts and narrative design for the Cuming Collection of natural and social history and new Heritage Centre, commissioned by the London Borough of Southwark. With Wignall & Moore, Fiona Williams and writer Nicholas Tufnell.
  • ‘Grottofying’ — poet in residence for exhibition celebrating Alexander Pope and this grotto at Orleans House Gallery. With Wignall & Moore, Fiona Williams and writer Nicholas Tufnell.
  • As part of Generative Constraints: ’Break Up Variations: An Annotated Score’, Performance Philosophy, Vol. 4, No. 2 (Open Journal Systems, 2019). Published online. DOI: https://doi.org/10.21476/PP.2019.42227
  • Short story ‘Moonlighting‘ on Radio 4’s Short Works programme, written and read by me (2019)
  • Short story ‘Moderate to Poor, Occasionally Good‘ on Radio 4’s Short Works programme, written and read by me (2018)
  • Co-written with Deborah Brewis: ‘Writing as skin: Negotiating the body in(to) learning about the managed self‘, Management Learning, Vol 50, Issue 1 (Sage Publications, Jan 2019)
  • ‘Span’, a commissioned collaboration with composer Tom Wilson. Performed by the Ben See group in the bascule chambers beneath Tower Bridge, part of the Totally Thames Festival curated by Iain Chambers (September 2016)
  • Review of James Cummins’ prose-poetry, HIX EROS: 7 (August 2016)
  • ‘The Civil Partnership’ collaborative poem sequence developed with Prue Bussey-Chamberlain, performed at Camaradefest and Interrobang Festivals (2014-15)
  • Composed and performed ‘Changelings’ with Nick Murray, alongside Emily Berry & John Clegg, Anthony Vahni Capildeo & Jeremy Noel-Tod, Kirsty Irving & Harry Man, and Tim Atkins & Jeff Hilson as part of SJ Fowler‘s Enemies series (July 2014)
  • ‘Exploding Dictionaries: an Exegetical Look at The Domesday Dictionary, online essay series for Influx Press’ Anti-Canon series (July 2014)
  • Closet drama ‘Embark’ shortlisted for the Creative Responses to Modernism Competition, Centre for Modern Literature and Culture (May 2014)
  • Live-reviewing durational performance through durational criticism for Exeunt (March 2014)
  • Designing and delivering creative writing workshops for secondary schools and higher education institutions (2011–present)
  • Member of the organizing committee behind Generative Constraints, the practice-based research conference, and on the editing panel for the resulting publication (2013–present)
  • ‘Mother of all Parliaments’ commissioned by Royal Holloway, University of London for centenary event celebrating the life of Emily Wilding Davison (Summer, 2013)
  • Staff advisor for Royal Holloway’s student-led undergraduate creative writing anthology (2013)
  • Toddling consultant for Lee Jackson‘s Walking Dickens’ London (Shire General, 2013)
  •  ’Positive Feedback’ commissioned as part of performance series Lange Nacht der Langeweile (2013)
  • Awarded a PenTales Hemingway Fellowship creative residency (2013)
  • ‘Hang-Ups’ developed for a short interactive film installation with ShadowStage theatre company (2011)
  • Awarded Bookbinding For Artists short course certificate, Central Saint Martins College (2011)
  • Article on Reuben Martin, written for the Bernie Grant Arts Centre’s Great Book of Tottenham (2011)
  • Bookbinding short course certificate from Central Saint Martins (2011)
  • Contributor for if:book projects (2011)
  • Short-listed for Harper-Wood Studentship (2011)
  • Short story ‘Channel Light Vessel Automatic’ was developed by composer Steven Jackson into a collaborative piece as part of the Vessel exhibition during ‘Noise of Many Waters’, the Royal Northern College of Music’s showcase event (2011)
  • Judge for Pighog Press’ Short Story Competition for writers of children’s fiction (2010)
  • Various reviews for The Literateur and Fiction Unlimited online journals
  • Series of sketches commissioned by Somethingelse Production Company for their show ‘Bedtime’, Edinburgh Fringe Festival (2007)


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