Katherine Stansfield

Katherine Stansfield grew up in Cornwall and now lives in Cardiff. Her poems have appeared in The North, Magma, Poetry Wales, The Interpreter's House, And Other Poems, Butcher's Dog, and as ‘Poem of the Week’ in The Guardian. Her second collection We Could Be Anywhere By Now is available now; the book was supported by a bursary from Literature Wales. She teaches for the Open University and is a Royal Literary Fund Fellow. She also writes novels.

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Sunday 17th October, 17:00
Crickhowell

Seren is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year and here some of their poets, both established and new, share their work. The poets - Andre Mangeot, Rhian Edwards, Katherine Stansfield and Abeer Ameer - will be introduced by Amy Wack, who has been poetry editor at Seren since 1992. For further detailsand to book visit: Tickets: £8.00 www.eventbrite.co.uk For more information about the Crickhowell Literary Festival visit:  www.cricklitfest.co.uk Andre Mangeot's first collection with Seren, Blood Rain, was published in 2020 and he has published two previous collections), two books of short...