Upcoming Readings

Well, we’re up a gum tree with Covid-19.   Readings from Weathereye: Selected Poems cut off in their prime.    I managed to get one in at the excellent Imperial Hotel, Merthyr in February; just as the door was shutting, a reading at Oriel Môn Llangefni was virtually cancelled, though it took place to an intimate audience – and thank you to Oriel Môn for their generous hospitality.   There will be another reading in Ynys Môn when the runes show favourably, with proper publicity; and cancelled readings at Ric Hool’s Poetry Upstairs in Abergavenny, at The Cellar, Cardigan, and in London, will take place as the virus permits – and more.   In the meantime, we’re virtually online.  Stay safe in good air, and may we all come through this, bless us.     

Done in 2019

Ludlow launch of Weathereye: Selected Poems, May 2019; Anglesey launch, Menai Bridge, June 2019, Ucheldre, Holyhead, September 2019, First Thursdays, Chapter Arts Centre Cardiff, October 2019, The Green Room Porthcawl, October 2019, Waterstones Aberystwyth, November 2019.


Steve has read at many venues, including the Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea, the Poetry Society, National Poetry Library and many other London venues, the Wenlock Poetry Festival and up and down the Welsh border country, many times in Anglesey, six venues in New York, and in Paris and Barcelona. He has also broadcast on Radio 3 a number of times including The Verb and a full-length programme based on his first collection, Anglesey Material; on BBC Radio London, BBC Radio Wales, BBC Radio Shropshire, the BBC World Service, and Radio Catalunya.

...Only later they discovered DNA in common
with a small Saharan people:
great humidity out of the arid,
the underlying kinship of opposites,
like solidarity
only dancing in spirals.

They shared a meal of their different gutturals,
their tonalities
and their different teas
and afterwards they walked in a vaulting space.

From Kinship, 2000

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