During this period of ‘lock down’ we have regrettably postponed all future planned events and meetings.
When the situation eases and the future becomes clearer, we will announce our revised programme.
In the meantime, we wish that you all remain well and safe and manage your lives in the best way possible during this difficult period.
BUT, do read FRP member Graeme Ryan’s interview with Will Harris
Bio: Will Harris is a poet and critic from London. He is the author of the chapbook, All This Is Implied, and the essay Mixed-Race Superman. He has had work published in The Guardian, the Poetry Review, and the London Review of Books, among other places. He was the recipient of the Poetry Fellowship from the Arts Foundation in 2019. His debut collection RENDANG (Granta, 2020) is the Poetry Book Society Choice for spring 2020.
Friday March 20th at 7.30pm
We’re back! Enjoy a fantastic evening of poetry with Taunton’s acclaimed and prize-winning Fire River Poets performing for one night only at The Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre, Taunton. In the friendly and informal Spotlight Bar we will move, amuse, dazzle and entertain you …
Entry is Free!
Bring a friend and let our dozen talented Taunton troubadours transport you.
Click here to link to Tacchi-Morris website and directions.
Rachael comes from Glastonbury and is a psychotherapist who has published self-help books as well as poetry. She is well known on the poetry circuit. Her prizewinning collection Singing at the Bone Tree is published by Indigo Dreams. Her work appears in many anthologies and journals.
Anthony has been writing ‘seriously’ for nearly 50 years.
He has had poems published in many magazines and anthologies in addition to five published collections: Strange Gold (KQBX Press, 1991), The Talking Horses of Dreams (Iron Press, 1999), Steart Point & other poems (John Garland, 2009), The Shell Gatherer (Oversteps, 2011) and his latest collection Stiles (Paekakariki Press, 2019).
Do read the FRP Interview with Anthony.
Stephen’s third poetry collection is The Blue Tree (Indigo Dreams 2019). A prize-winning and widely published poet, he is the author of two previous collections, The Sisyphus Dog (Worple 2014), and Desire Lines (Arrowhead 2010), as well as two pamphlets – and a needle case of poems.
Read two FRP Interviews with Stephen on ‘a kind of Chinese whisper‘ and ‘The Blue Tree‘.
His own website is www.stephenboycepoetry.com
Louise was born and grew up in the West Country and now lives in London. With a background in theatre, her first collection A Child’s Last Picture Book of the Zoo won the Cinnamon Press debut poetry competition and was published in 2012. A pamphlet In the scullery with John Keats, also published by Cinnamon, came out in 2016. Her poems have been widely published in magazines including Ambit, The Rialto, Poetry Wales and Stand. In 2018 she won first prize in the Prole Laureate Poetry Competition with her poem ‘The Marshes’, which appears in John Dust.