Alice is a writer and plantswoman from Cambridge. She is the author of Dear, (Magma, 2019) and graduated with Distinction from the Creative Writing Poetry MA at UEA in 2018. She was shortlisted for the Ivan Juritz Prize 2018 for the p0_EM experiment in fractal poetics. She runs the #57 Poetry Collective and is collecting rebel stories in the climate emergency. In gardening, she makes playful gardens for people who love plants and transforms public spaces into wild and wonderful playgrounds.
Winning pamphlet in the Magma Pamphlet Competition 2018.
The poems in Dear, can neither be classified as grief poems nor eulogy, yet they manage the intensity and ecstasy of both. These are poems of embodiment, evoking the presence of something which is disintegrating or already gone; they do not seek to mend what is broken but rather to see it absolutely in its beautiful broken state.
UEA MA Anthology, published by Eggbox Press, 2018
Writing Places Anthology, Eggbox Press, expected Nov 2019
cwpoetics experimental collaboration p0_EM, 2017 - ongoing
Places of Poetry pinned poem, 17/10/19
Places of Poetry pinned poem, 15/10/19
I'll Show You Mine prize, shortlist, 30/9/19
Places of Poetry pinned poem 7/6/19
Dying Matters awareness week, 14/5/19
Video , Mother's Day, 2019
Riggwelter Issue 20, 1/4/19
Ink, Sweat and Tears 7/12/18
The Writer's Cafe, Issue 14 Frost and Dew, 17/12/18
Burning House Press, Facing Up To The Future Edition with guest editor Paul Hawkins, 11/18
Video, (i) collaboration, Norwich and Norfolk Festival, 2018
"What Breaks Your Heart?", Channel blog, 18/10/19
Rebel poems, St James' Park, Trafalgar Square, London, October Rebellion, 2019
Poetree weekend workshop, Wonder Of Wood Festival, Cambridge, 14-15/09/19. Beautiful weekend of teaching under the Poetree.
Dying For Life, Arthur Rank Hospice, Cherry Hinton Road, Shelford Bottom, Cambridge, CB22 3FB, 11.05.19, afternoon: Reading from Dear, and chatting about writing about death.
Ivan Juritz Memorial service, King's College London, 10.05.19, private event.
CB1 Poetry,The Blue Moon, Norfolk Street, CB1 2LF, 24.01.19, 8pm: one of the Stanza Cambridge readers