Angela Topping's Hygge Feature, #14
'Carrying my daughter home'
Foxglove Journal, 31 January
'Losing interest in the sound of petrichor'
Silver Birch Press, 31 January
'Anarchy called collect and I was happy to answer'
Foxglove Journal, 12 February
Rust + Moth, Spring 2017
'How to survive the winter'
The Black Light Engine Room Magazine, No. 15
'Less like fiction', 'They say three is the magic number', and 'Something you see in movies'
Peacock Journal, 7 April
'The Perfumier' and 'To know, to will, to dare, and to keep silent'
#thesideshow (FIVE:2:ONE), April 2017
'Saturnine' and 'A wise woman once said "love is a battlefield"'
Atrium Poetry, 16 May 2017
The Lake, June 2017
'Beside the Irish Sea' and 'Kierkegaard's ghost'
Atrium Poetry, 20 June 2017
Now Then Manchester, Issue 43, June 2017
Eternal Haunted Summer, Summer Solstice 2017
'Feathers, petals, fur, and bone'
Hobo Camp Review, Issue 31
'She was not my manic pixie dream girl'
Now Then Manchester, Issue 44, July 2017
Dying Dahlia Review, Summer 2017
Now Then Manchester, Issue 45, August 2017
'A heart accepting April showers at the age of twenty-eight'
Chantarelle's Notebook, Issue 41
'Storytelling' and 'Black-eyed'
The Literary Hatchet, Issue 18
'What's done is done'
Riggwelter, Issue #1
'The living dead of Wharram Percy' and 'A mermaid drowning'
Rosette Maleficarum, October 2017
'Carrying candles' and 'To hex and to heal'
Street Light Press, Issue 6
'A love note to the one who came before me' and 'In the spirit of exploration'
Califragile, 3 November 2017
'Meeting Tink in a Bar in Heaven'
Verse Matters Anthology, Valley Press
'Gravida 5, Parity 3'
The Writers' Cafe Magazine, Issue 2
'A hip flask is a window to yesterday' and 'Mercurial'
Amaryllis, 7 December 2017
'She said there was a boy in the box'
The Big Windows Review - 'My mother told me never cast a love spell' (29 December 2017 / February 2018)
Laldy! - 'Saudade', 'Nothing is forever', 'Hope is a lethal injection' (Issue 1 - TBC - Spring 2018)
#MeToo Anthology - 'Something you see in movies' (Spring 2018)
Performances and Events 2017
Interviews and Features 2017
Louisa Campbell made 'Shore Leave' from Deadly, Delicate her ninth signpost poem on 3rd May.
Shanti Weiland featured my poem 'Crack Jenny's Teacup' on The Poets That You Meet, along with my musings on the possible love lives - and very real human side - of historical pirates.
Louisa Campbell also signposted my poem 'Peanut butter moon' from You've never seen a doomsday like it on 3rd August.
The editors at Atrium Poetry featured my pamphlet, You've never seen a doomsday like it, in September.
Let Them Read Books gave me a guest post, so I could explain why I chose poetry to tell the stories of pirates in Deadly, Delicate to historical fiction readers.