News from Steve Griffiths
Steve Griffiths joins Robert Minhinnick at First Thursdays, Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff October 3rd
The monthly celebration of poetry and fiction at Chapter Arts Centre, featuring Robert Minhinnick reading from his new novel Nia and Steve Griffiths reading from Weathereye: Selected Poems. Followed by the usual open mic. Entry £3. Thursday October 3, 19.30....
Steve Griffiths reads from Weathereye: Selected Poems at Ucheldre, Holyhead at 2pm Saturday afternoon, 14th September: home ground, a couple of miles from where he was born
Terrific launch for Weathereye: Selected Poems at the Victoria Hotel, Menai Bridge, 4 June. A good turnout, including pupils and teachers and old contemporaries at Ysgol Syr Thomas Jones Amlwch, my old school. Great Q&A afterwards. Priceless.
Steve Griffiths’ ‘Weathereye: Selected Poems’ Anglesey / Ynys Môn launch: Tuesday 4 June, Victoria Hotel, Menai Bridge.
Steve Griffiths launches ‘Weathereye: Selected Poems’ with a special event at the Sitting Room, Blue Boar, Mill Street, Ludlow at 7:30pm on Wednesday 22 May 2019.
It took years to find a generous place to write from; then a lifetime to find it again, lose it, find it, again and again.
Steve Griffiths’ Weathereye: Selected Poems pulls together the best of seven collections over forty years. There are poems of childhood and family and love poems.
In 2015, I was awarded an Arts Council England grant to work with film-maker Eamon Bourke of Park6Films to create 30 short films of performances of poems from my collection Late Love Poems, published by Cinnamon Press in 2016. The resulting films were...