Stephanie Green's News

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June    'Give me your Hand' has been accepted for publication on 'Write to be Counted' website.
May     'What must not be spoken on water' included in the anthology 'I am Coming with you' edited by
            the Writers in Exile committee of Scottish P.E.N. 
April 30th reading at Shore Poets Open Night.
Jan        I'm delighted to have my poem 'Da Mirrie Dancers' on the Northern Lights published on the Cloud Appreciation
            Society's website. It's a super website with daily updates of beautiful photos of clouds, more cloud-inspired
            poems,  art-work  and music.


Dec        Taking part with other poets in the Dazzle Ships project being filmed by the Preston Lodge school pupils.
                reading our poems at Leith Docks in front of the new Dazzle Ship designed by Ciara Phillips.

June       Delighted to be commissioned to write a poem to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the St 
               Magnus Festival, Orkney. The poems will be published in a special Festival Programme 
               and include poems  from other participants on the St Magnus Writers' courses and Festival Poets 
               including Andrew Motion, Christopher Reid, Stewart Conn, John Gallas and Pam Beasant.



6th Dec. My poem  'Ayre' (published in 'Flout' (HappenStance) has inspired a dance piece choreographed by
               Matthew Hawkins and was  performed by Platinum dance group at the Queen's Hall, Nicolson Street, 

30th Nov:  A soundtrack of my poem  'Light' (a ghazal) was played as  part of an installation to light up
               the dark closes of Dumfries (S/W Scotland) and was part of a 3-day Celebration of Light
               culminating on the town's Christmas Lights switch-on.

Sept:    Sat 19th.  Another trip to Ireland, so thrilled!  Reading at 'Night Airs', Skerries Mills, as part of the
             Soundwaves Festival  Skerries, County Dublin, Ireland.

July:      Delighted to be invited to work with a Berlin-based artist/sound musician, Sonia Heyer  on a multi-media 
             collaboration and grateful to Creative Scotland for giving me a grant to help finance my trip to Berlin.

              StAnza Poetry Festival, 2015 St. Andrews, Scotland.            

             'Flout' my  poetry pamphlet inspired by Shetland landscape, folklore and culture  published by 
             HappenStance Press launched at StAnza.
           Friday,  6th March at 1pm:  Border Crossings:  Stephanie Green and D.A. Prince.
             Venue: Council Chamber, Town Hall, St. Andrews.

For further readings in 2015 see Poetry Readings