Monthly Archives: April 2013

On flecks on the screen

I was going to fill in an application to Future Leaders, which is a charity that supports school leaders to become Head Teachers. Then I thought I’d write a blog post instead, about work and poetry, being a poet who … Continue reading

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On putting yourself out there

God, it can feel awful. It can feel wrong – I’m still not 100% convinced it’s not – putting yourself out there, as a (I hesitate to call myself this) poet. I have worked very hard for a long period … Continue reading

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From Foundations to Full Collections

Originally posted on The Poetry Shed:
An interview with Graham Clifford AM:  How did you reach the publication stage? GC: I’d been sending out work to lots of good quality magazines and competitions and sometimes being lucky, often not! Michael…

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On this mortal toil

And sometimes there are things you can’t put into words.

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