Languages and Literature, Nottingham Trent University
My thesis is critical-creative, and explores the relationship between poet and place, with specific reference to locations in economic decline. Both my poetry and critical work examine the post-industrial landscape, and how its representation impacts both the poet and the reader.
'Sensible Shoes' and 'Pit Lane', Bystander (Nottingham: Launderette Books, 2017)
Take Three: Volume One (Leicester: Soundswrite, 2019)
University of Brighton, CWWA Women in Creative Writing, 'Reimagining Urbanity: Place Attachment and the Urban Imaginary in Helen Mort's Division Street', April 2019.
University of Leicester, Borders and Crossings, 'The Urban Imaginary: A Critical and Creative Perspective', July, 2019.