December 2017: Poem in Songs for the Unsung anthology (Grey Hen Press), edited by Joy Howard.
October 2017:New poem in One for the Road anthology (Smith Doorstop Books), edited by Helen Mort and Stuart Maconie.
September 2017: Three pamphlet reviews in The North, Issue 58.
August 2017: New poem inThe Morning Star
July 2017: Reading two new poems (Commended and Selected) at the Ver Poets Open Competition Prize Giving , St Albans.
June 2017: Two new poems inPoem, Women on Brexit edited by Fiona Sampson, Mona Arshi and Aisha K. Gill.
May 2017: Reading at the Jazz and Words Series hosted by Nicki Heinen at the Vortex Club in Dalston, with Ben Rogers, Iris Colomb and Lisa Fannen and the Clara Green Quartet; awarded place on the Ledbury Poetry Festival Artists' Development Voice Workshop.
December 2016: Reading at launch of the South Bank Poetry magazine's competition issue at the City Lit
November 2016: Reading at launch of Magma 66 at the LRB Bookshop, Bloomsbury, along with featured poets Mark Waldron and Alex Bell; and reading at Poetry at The Room in Tottenham, along with Peter Stickland, Eddie Lindon and Paul Gardner.
September 2016: Reading at Nine Arches Press's Leicester Shindig with Richard Skinner, Maria Taylor and Marion Tracy.
June 2016: Reading at the Jazz and Words Series hosted by Nicki Heinen at the Vortex Club in Dalston, with Simon Barraclough, Tom Bland amd Dharmavadana Penn; and reading at launch of Urban Myths and Legends,the third in Emma Press's series of anthologies prompted by Ovid's works.
May 2016: Nottingham launch of Goose Fair Night at the Five Leaves Bookshop and interview and reading on Radio Nottingham; and reading with Sami poet, musician and environmental activist Nillas Holmberg at the Karamel, Wood Green, organised by Francis Boutle Publications, specialists in works in endangered languages.
March 2016: Launch of Goose Fair Nightand James Trevelyan's Dissolve to: L.A. at the Seven Dials Club, Covent Garden.
February 2016: Group Reading as one of the 2015 Aldeburgh Eight at The Shuffle, The Poetry Cafe, Covent Garden.