Zoë Skoulding

Zoë Skoulding is a poet whose interests include translation, performance, collaboration and literary criticism. She is Reader in the School of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics at Bangor University. She is the author of a number of poetry collections including The Museum of Disappearing Sounds (Seren), which was shortlisted for the Ted Hughes Award, and Remains of a Future City (Seren), which was long-listed for Wales Book of the Year. In 2018 she was a recipient of the Cholmondeley Award from the Society of Authors for her body of work in poetry. Her new collection Footnotes to Water is available now. 


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Author Events

Tuesday 26th November, 18:30

Zoë Skoulding is one of three poets who will read from their new collections exploring place, looking at how human lives interact with other perspectives on urban and rural environments. Zoë's latest collection Footnotes to Water (Seren 2019) is her fifth collection for Seren and a Poetry Book Society Recommendation. in which she imagines a river as a transverse section, cutting through urban and rural spaces, connecting places that are themselves in flux.​ Also reading will be Helen Tookey and Eleanor Rees. For further information visit: www.facebook.com/events