“A chapbook is a small collection of poetry, generally no more than 40 pages, that often centers on a specific theme, such as exotic foods or wild animals or Justin Bieber.”
– Writers’ Digest.

Sorry, no exotic foods or Justin Bieber here (but keep an eye out for some wild animals).

Blueprints for A Minefield

Fair Acre Press, 2016

“full of standout poems – sometimes heartbreaking, often funny…” “astonishing originality” Read full reviews & extracts / order a copy

Love Bites

Dancing Girl Press, forthcoming autumn 2018


Several of my poems and poem-pictures appear in these anthologies.

‘The Fish Without a Bicycle’
in Anja Konig and Liane Strauss (eds). Some Cannot Be Caught: The Emma Press Book of Beasts.
The Emma Press, 2018


in Maggie Smith (ed). The Best New British and Irish Poets.
Eyewear, 2018


‘Unexpected Items’ & ‘Before the Birds Took Off’
in Nadia Kingsley (ed). Diversifly: Poetry and Art on Britain’s Urban Birds. Fair Acre Press, 2018


‘The Noonday Devil’
in Rachel Piercey & Emma Wright (eds). The Emma Press Anthology of Love. The Emma Press, 2018


‘Dancing With Life’
in Allie Esiri (ed). A Poem for Every Day of the Year. 
Macmillan, 2017


‘CCC’, ‘Death and Sex’, ‘I Hate and Love’ & ‘Shades of Canus and Schistaceus’ (poem-pictures)
in Kirsten Irving & Jon Stone &  (eds).
Bad Kid Catallus. Sidekick Books, 2017


‘I Don’t Know, Frank’, ‘In My Dreams’ & ‘This Is for You’ (poem-pictures)
in Kirsten Irving & Jon Stone (eds).
Aquanauts. Sidekick Books, 2017


‘Things Behind the Barn’
in Kate Garrett & Robert de Born (eds). Troubadour. 
Picaroon Poetry, 2017


‘Violent Vision’ & ‘Weather Warning’
in Michaela Morgan (ed). Wonderland: Alice in Poetry. Macmillan, 2016


‘Rebel / Cause’
in Live Canon International Poetry Prize Anthology 2016. Live Canon, London, 2016


‘What Are You Doing?’ (poem-picture)
in Chrissy Williams & Tom Humberstone (eds). Over The Line: An Introduction To Poetry Comics.
Sidekick Books, London, 2015


‘Look At Me Leonard’
in Jack Locke (ed). Leonard Cohen You’re Our Man: 75 poets reflect on the poetry of Leonard Cohen.
Foundation for Public Poetry, Montreal, 2009