Month: November 2016

Manor magazine interview

Katrina is interviewed by Kate Sermon in the glossy Winter issue of Manor magazine. In an article entitled ‘A life in verse’, Katrina talks about her latest collection, The Way the Crocodile Taught Me, (Seren, 2016), her life in Cornwall, what started her writing and where her writing is taking her now.  

‘Spared’ – Katrina’s new poem at the Arnolfini

The Arnolfini has published Katrina’s poem ‘Spared’. The Arnolfini has also blogged about some of  Katrina’s work-in-progress in the making of the poem, ‘Spared’. You can read the final poem here Katrina wrote ‘Spared’ during her residency at the Arnolfini, in response to Daphne Wright’s installation ‘Domestic Shrubbery’ (pictured right), which is part of the Arnolfini’s …

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New poems

Katrina has new poems in several anthologies: Her poem ‘The Islands’ is in Uncivilised Poetics, published by the Dark Mountain Project, 2016. Other contributors include Vahni Capildeo, Tomas Transtromer and Robert Bringhurst. Copies are available here from the Dark Mountain Project website. ‘For it is important that awake people be awake.’   Katrina’s poem ‘The Bicycle’ …

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New reviews

Katrina has just had three great new reviews for her latest poetry books. The Way the Crocodile Taught Me Writing in WriteOutLoud, Judy Gordon says, ‘This is a stunning collection.’ You can read the full review here. And here’s a snippet of Matthew Stewart’s review ‘Electric Coherence’ re Katrina’s latest collection, The Way the Crocodile Taught …

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