Anne-Marie Fyfe

Anne Marie Fyfe was born in Ireland and now lives in West London. A poet, Creative Writing tutor, arts organiser (of the well-known Troubadour club events in London), she was recently Chair of the Poetry Society. She has read throughout the world at festivals and events and on BBC radio and television.

House of Small Absences is her latest collection.

'Anne-Marie Fyfe's poems have a lyric clarity, an ontological accuracy and unflinching vigilance that is both spiritual and revelatory.' - Tom Paulin

'Time, witness, flesh and remembrance - these poems play In the deep end of the pools of image and imagination. A rich humanity informs Anne-Marie Fyfe's new work. The vision is detailed, the voice rings true.' - Thomas Lynch

'Anne-Marie Fyfe reminds us of the skins we inhabit and shed.' - TLS (John Greening)


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Author Events

Monday 23rd January,
20:00 to 22:00

Anne-Marie Fyfe hosts this classic Troubadour poetry night that’s all about happening poets & latest publications. Readers to include: Abigail Parry, Raymond Antrobus, Susan Wicks, Matthew Caley, Rachel Long, Alex Josephy, Wendy Klein, Cliff Yates plus singer/guitarist Henry Fajemirokun. For more information about the readers, see the Troubadour Poetry website. Tickets £7 at the troubadour. Readings run January – June on Monday evenings. See the Troubadour events listings for more information about the readings to come.