GPF 2021 – Chaucer Cameron, J.L.M. Morton and Rosie Johnston – 23rd October at 14:00 (Ticketed free event)

There will open mic slots available. When you receive you registration link please e-mail us if you wish to take part.

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Chaucer Cameron is the author of In An Ideal world I’d Not Be Murdered. She has been published in journals, including: Under the Radar, Poetry Salzburg and The North. Chaucer is creator of Wild Whispers an international poetry film project. She is co-editor of the online magazine Poetry Film Live.

JLM Morton’s pamphlets Lake 32 and Sentient are published by Yew Tree Press. This year Juliette was awarded an Arts Council grant to work on a collection exploring the role of trade cloth in colonial expansion. She is poet in residence for Stroudwater Textile Trust. For more info, see:

Rosie Johnston’s fourth pamphlet of micro-poems Six-Count Jive (Lapwing Publications, 2019) describes her recovery from CPTSD into a world of natural beauty and happiness. Recent anthologies include Her Other Language (Arlen House, 2020), Places of Poetry (OneWorld, 2020) and American Writers Review 2021: Turmoil and Recovery. Rosie lives by the sea in Kent.

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