Poems published in South Bank Poetry magazine
Two poems of mine were picked up for publication in South Bank Poetry magazine, a magazine I've been familiar with over its impressive ten-year publication history.
The poems published are 'House', which is about the experience of visiting Dennis Severs' House, a recreation of a London household from 1724 in Spitalfields, and 'A Conversation with Oscar Wilde', a poem about the sculpture of the same name in front of Charing Cross station.
I read the poems, plus one more, at a launch event on a hot evening back in July (the temperature justified late-night ice cream afterwards). The highlight of the evening – aside from the ice cream – came in the form of the opportunity to hear some of the other contributors read.