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Here are a couple of examples of my poetry. You'll find more by following links on my books page. "The Burning of the Houses" You can read "The Burning of the Houses" as published in The Scotsman.This was taken from my pamphlet Flying into the Bear just after it had been published. If that link isn't working, you can try it on the Michael Marks shortlist page.
I am a poet, editor and tutor, and my first full poetry collection BEAR was published by Bloodaxe Books. It was selected as one of the Telegraph's 50 Best Books of I have worked as an editor for a range of publishers, including on videogames magazines.
Chrissy Williams is a poet, editor and tutor living in London. Her father is English, her mother is Italian, and she was raised in Devon. She has published six pamphlets: Flying into the Bear (HappenStance Press, 2013) was shortlisted for the Michael Marks Awards, and Epigraphs (if p then q, 2014) was featured on Radio 3's The Verb.
Chrissy Williams is a poet, editor and tutor living in London. She is also director of the annual Free Verse: Poetry Book Fair, and has published a range of poetry pamphlets and criticism. She is also director of the annual Free Verse: Poetry Book Fair, and has published a …
Five Minutes with Chrissy Williams Hannah Hodgson, our Young Blogger-in-Residence will be conducting a series of five minute interviews in the run up to the festival. Under the spotlight today is the fantastic Chrissy Williams, whose long-awaited first collection …
Review Article Chrissy Williams Flying into the Bear, Happen Stance, 32pp, £4. Talk of a poetry pamphlet revival, in recent years, implies a fall from favour in the past. One reason pamphlets might have been marginalised, is that they’re under-represented in bookstores.
Content An ‘I’ For An ‘I’: the vanishing self in lyric poetry by Chrissy Williams. An ‘I’ For An ‘I’: the vanishing self in lyric poetry by Chrissy Williams. 4th June Sophie Collins Who is Mary Sue? Faber £ Oli Hazzard Blotter Carcanet £9.99.
Fairford Festival Of Fiction - Saturday 2nd June The Fairford Festival of Fiction returns this year with a cracking line-up…see Mark Gatiss – Matthew Graham – Sarah Hilary – Chrissy Williams and Ross Montgomery!
BBC Radio Devon’s listeners chose an evocative word to describe twilight – dimpsy – for local poet Chrissy Williams and BBC London worked with the capital’s first Young People’s Laureate Caleb Femi whose poem riffs on fam, a familiar form of address for a friend, increasingly heard on London streets.
Gallery Here are some photos from the second Kendal Poetry Festival. Thank you all for turning out in your droves and making the festival a sell-out, for the second year in a row Chrissy Williams Workshop. Chrissy Williams Workshop. Saturday Evening Main Reading. Saturday Evening Main Reading. Saturday Evening Main Reading.
Chrissy Williams lives in London and works at the Poetry Library. She runs an informal Poetry and Comics workshop. She runs an informal Poetry and Comics workshop. Her previous publications include Flying into the Bear (HappenStance Press, 2013) and The Jam Trap (Soaring Penguin Press, 2012).
Chrissy Williams is a writer, critic and tutor based in London, UK. She is the author of various works of poetry, including Flying into the Bear (Happenstance Press, 2013, shortlisted for Michael Marks Award), and collaborations with visual artists The Jam Trap (Soaring Penguin Press, 2012) and ANGELA with Howard Hardiman (Sidekick Books, 2013).
Chrissy Williams, Poetry London The Poetry Translation Centre has translated, shared and celebrated international poets for over a decade. Our work introduces new poems and poets to English readers, expands the English poetic tradition, and opens windows …