Readings 2010-present

Saturday 22nd November 2014

Jacqueline will read her poem, ‘Water Caltrop’ at Her Wings of Glass anthology launch from Second Light Publications (part of the Second Light Autumn Festival: An Appetite for Life).

Nottingham Poetry Society, September 2014

Jacqueline ran a workshop for the NPS on environmental poetry and read from Small Grass.

Barbican, London, September 2014

Launch of Small Grass book and exhibition of Frances Barry’s artworks. Jacqueline invited Fawzia Kane, Anna Robinson, Paul Blake and Katheryn Maris to read with her.

Jazz & Poetry, May 2014

Jacqueline read from Earthworks and Small Grass at the Guitar Bar, Nottingham, with Andrew Graves.

The Verb, BBC Radio 3, September 2012

Jacqueline took part in a panel discussion about accent and dialect, and read ‘Shitspiders’ from Mid Lands. www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01mssbh

Torriano Meeting House, London, September 2012

Jacqueline read with Hylda Sims at Torriano Meeting House in London.

Waltham Forest Amnesty International, London, May 2011

As part of Amnesty International’s 50th birthday celebrations Jacqueline read at the Ye Olde Rose and Crown, Walthamstow. The event included acclaimed musician Darren Hayman (Hefner), Shaun Attwood (Hard Time: A Brit in America’s Toughest Jail), and writer John Stiles.

Redbridge Book and Media Festival, London, April 2011

Jacqueline talked about the life and work of poet John Clare, read his poems along side her own as part of the Festival at Woodford Green Library.

Forest Poets, London, September 2010

In the first of a series of events featuring Walthamstow poets, Jacqueline read with Pascale Petit and Meryl Pugh at Walthamstow Library, E17.

Ware, September 2010

Ware Poets invited Jacqueline as their guest reader in September 2010 at Ware Arts Centre, Ware, Herts.

W-Orte: Poetry Festival, Munich, Germany, July 2010

11 poets, all participants of the poetry p f poetry tREnD project, met with students, professors and the Director of the ‘Writing in German as a Second Language’ programme, for two full days of workshops and readings held at the Ludwig Maximilians University, the Literaturhaus, and the Lyrik Kabinett in Munich.

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