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Contribution in Anthologies

2024, After Ginsberg, ed. TheVERSEverse (Refraction)

2023, Bi+ Lines: An Anthology of Contemporary Bi+ Poets, ed. Helen Bowell (Fourteen Poems)

2023, Seeing in Tongues, ed. James Knight (Steel Incisors)

2023, Corroding the Now, eds. Francis Gene-Rowe, Stephen Mooney and Richard Parker (Veer)

2023, Future Cities, ed. Chris McCabe (Silvia Publishing)

2023, Now is the Time for Marching, ed. Laurel Moore (Nothing Much Press)

2023, POÈME OBJKT/POÈME SBJKT, eds. Auréce Vettier et al. (L’Avant Galerie Vossen)

2023, A Tapestry of Homes, eds. Jennifer Wong et al. (Oxford TORCH)

2023, Pertinent Actions, eds. Robert Hampson and Briony Hughes (Osmosis)

2023, Living with Other People, eds. Nic Stringer, Fiona Larkin, Michelle Penn (Corrupted Poetry)

2022, Disease, eds. Rushika Wick, Ana Seferovic and Virna Teixera (Carnaval Press)

2022, Roll Again: A Book of Games to Play, eds. Kirsten Irving and Jon Stone (Sidekick Books)

2022, Say It Again: A Book of Misquotations, eds. Kirsten Irving and Jon Stone (Sidekick Books)

2022, A Personal History of Home: an anthology, eds. Jennifer Wong et al. (University of Oxford)

2022, Footprints: an anthology of new ecopoetry, eds. Charlie Baylis and Aaron Kent (Broken Sleep)

2022, The Book of Penteract, eds. Anthony Etherin and Clara Daneri (Penteract Press)

2022, Report from the Siklosi Society, ed. Rob McLennan (above/ground press)

2021, Trickhouse Press 2022 Annual, ed. Dan Power (Trickhouse Press)

2021, High Salvage, eds. Chiara Fumanti, Frankie Walters, Hilary Macey-Dare (Potential Books)

2021, WAAVe Global Gallery, ed. Kristine Snodgrass et al. (Hysterical Books)

2021, The Cry of the Poor, ed. Fran Lock (Culture Matters)

2021, Out of Time, ed. Kate Simpson (Valley Press)

2021, Prototype 3ed. Jess Chandler (Prototype Publishing)

2021, The Mouth of a Lion, ed. James Knight (Steel Incisors)

2021, Judith: Women Making Visual Poetry, ed. Amanda Earl (Timglaset)

2021, Mothertongue, ed. Maria Fernandez Ramirez (Patito Press)

2021, 101 words for Edwin Morgan, eds. Greg Thomas and Julie Johnstone (Essence Press)

2021, Unlocking the Grid, eds. Iain Sinclair and Trevor Datson (Potential Books)

2021, Twenty-five Typewriters, ed. Derek Beaulieu (No Press)

2020, Rewilding, ed. Crested Tit Collective (Crested Tit Collective)

2020, Chris Holmes: Hidden in Chaos, ed. by Chris Holmes (Trope Publishing)

2020, Green Blueseds. Karenjit Sandhu and Nadira Wallace (Dovetail Press)

2020, Instagram Poetry for Every Dayeds. Chris McCabe and Jessica Atkinson (Laurence King)

2020, Writing Utopia, eds. Sally-Shakti Willow and Sarer Scotthorne (Hesterglock)

2019, O Moon Moon Cento, ed. by Paul McGrane (The Poetry Society)

2019, Dirt, eds. Nic Stringer, Fiona Larkin and Michelle Penn (Corrupted Poetry)

2019, Europoe, ed. SJ Fowler (Kingston University Press)

2019, Berfrois: The Book, ed. Russell Bennetts (Dostoyevsky Wannabe)

2018, The Creel, ed. Luke Thompson (Guillemot Press)

2018, No, Robot, No!eds. Kirsten Irving and John Stone (Sidekick Books)

2018, Wretched Strangers, eds. JT Welsch and Ágnes Lehóczky (Boiler House Press)

2018, Bedford Square Anthology 11, ed. Robert Hampson (Ward Wood)

Anthologies (as an editor)

2023, Hauntings, co-edited with Michał Kamil Piotrowski (London: Poem Atlas)

2023, Textual Porosity, co-eds. Caroline Harris and Briony Hughes (Poem Atlas)

2021, Text-Isles (Poem Atlas)

2021, Aww-Struck, co-eds. Caroline Harris and Isabelle Galleymore (Poem Atlas)

2021, Photo-poetry Surfaces, co-eds. David Solo and Paul Hawkins (Hesterglock)

2020, Temporary Spaces, co-ed. Nic Stringer (Pamenar Press)

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