Zoom Launch


Zoom launch of four new collections


Sarah Crewe, Ian Davidson, Graham Hartill

and Dorothy Lehane

Wednesday, December 1st, 2021, 19.30 pm GMT




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Dorothy Lehane is the author of six poetry publications: House Girl (Aquifer Press, 2021), I’m very interested in falling in love with you (Run Amok Press, 2021), (Bettbehandlung (Muscaliet Press, 2018), Umwelt (Leafe Press, 2016), Ephemeris (Nine Arches Press, 2014) and Places of Articulation (dancing girl press 2014). She is the founding editor of Litmus Publishing and teaches Creative Writing at the University of Kent.


Ian Davidson’s most recent poetry publications are By Tiny Twisting Ways (Aquifer 2021) and From a Council House in Connacht (Oystercatcher 2021). His Selected Poems are forthcoming from Shearsman. Current work can also be found in Plumwood Mountain, Black Box ManifoldTears in the Fence and the Long Poem Magazine. Critical work includes monographs and articles on ideas of space and mobility in modern and contemporary poetry with recent essays considering the work of  Diane di Prima, Bill Griffiths, Tom Pickard, Lenore Kandel, Rhys Trimble and Leslie Harrison. Brought up in Wales, where he spent much of his life, he now lives on a small farm in Mayo, Ireland. He is Professor of Poetry in University College Dublin.


Graham Hartill was born in the English Midlands in 1952. After a studying in the US he moved back to Wales and became a mainstay of the burgeoning poetry scene in Cardiff and with Open World Poetics in Glasgow. He moved to the Black Mountains in 1992. Of his latest collection, Rhapsodies, Chris Torrance wrote: “raw excitement, koans, quotes…marshalling a wide-ranging questioning. A terrific book.” Graham teaches post-graduate students Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes for the Metanoia Institute in London and recently finished a 15 years stint as writer-in-residence at HMP Parc, Bridgend. He has published widely, both poetry, papers on facilitation and co-translations with Wu Fusheng (of the University of Utah) from classical Chinese.

Recent publications include: 

Rhapsodies: (poems). Aquifer Books, Llangattock, 2021

The Selected Poems of Meng Haoran (with Wu Fusheng). The Commercial Press, Beijing, 2021

Selected Poems of the Seven Masters of the Jian’an Era (with Wu Fusheng). The Commercial Press, Beijing, 2018

Slipping the Leash (with Chris Torrance & Phil Maillard) Aquifer Books, Llangatock 2015


Sarah Crewe is a working class feminist poet from the Port of Liverpool. She is the author of two poetry collections, garn and floss (Aquifer Books, 2021/2018). She also produces mazie, a DIY zine of music reviews and poetry. She has a MA in Poetry as Practice from the University of Kent,with a thesis on working class women’s psychogeography in experimental poetry: the work of Geraldine Monk and Maggie O’Sullivan.




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