Kathy Pimlott

News and events


July: Longlisted for Live Cannon Single Poem PrizeBrum Radio Poets, with Leo Dragstedt,  and Ciaran Hodgers, introduced by Rick Sanders. Catch up here. Finding the Words, on-line reading with Meg Cox and Tom Sastry, from York Explore Library and Archive. Blakeney Poetry & Folk Festival, reading with Ramona Herdman and Sarah Mnatzaganian. JuneReading as part of 14 showcase at Margate Bookie Festival, Turner Contemporary. On-line launch with fellow Verve poets Kayleigh Campbell, Sarah James and Georgina Wilding. ​May: Launch of the small manoeuvres in Phoenix Community Garden.  April: Debut full collection, the small manoeuvres, published by Verve Poetry Press.  March: Reading with Jill Abram at launch of 14 Magazine/Platform Fourteen as guests of Sutton Women's Network.  January: Two poems in The North

December: Poem in The Rialto and Commended poem in the Troubadour Poetry Competition. November: Poem displayed in exhibition at Koppel Project on Oxford Street as part of the Being Human Festival. September: Poem on London Grip. Poems on RSL poetry map Write Across London and in Vanguard Editions' 14 magazine. August:Commended in Prole Laureate Competition. July: Featured poem onThe Friday Poem


November:  Poem in Finished Creatures. Poem online on Poetry Archive's Wordview 2020 Winners Collection. Poem on And Other Poems. ​​October: Poem in Places of Poetry anthology. September: Short-listed in Live Canon Competition and published in their anthology. August: Reading at on-line launch of Magma Act Your Age issue. ​July: Poem in Magma, Act Your Age issue. Commended poem  in Editor's Prize, on Magma website. May: Two poems in Finished Creatures. On-line reading and Q&A, with Emma Wright of the Emma Press. 'Catch-up' available here.  March: Commended in the Magma Editors' Prize.  February: Verve Poetry Festival, Birmingham. Reading in Emma Press Showcase with Sascha Aurora Akhtar, Conor Cleary and Maarja Pärtna. ​January: Reading by Magma Competition winners to promote 2020 competition. Chener Books, East Dulwich. Featured article 'Poets I go back to'  in the spring 2020 issue of The North.