Poetry &
Short Fiction

Forthcoming in 2022

  • Debut Collection, Outlandish, (Bloodaxe Books).

  • Compositor, illustrated poetry pamphlet (Thin Ice Press, York University) Arts and Humanities Research Council-funded project ‘Recovering the Grammar of Printers’ Ornaments'.

  • Two poems, Whose Heritage? Challenging Race and Identity in Stuart Hall’s Post-nation Britain, ed. Professor Susan Ashley and Degna Stone, (Routledge).




  • 'The Traveller Road to Holy Island', Outlandish, Jo Clement and Damian Le Bas (New Writing North with Arts Council England). Illustrated by W. John Hewitt.

  • ‘Inheritance’ and ‘Peg Man’, The Rialto, (Summer).  


  • Editor, Poems After The Blaydon Races, The Shipley Art Gallery Centenary, (Gateshead Council with Tyne and Wear Archives and Museums).

  • ‘The Bull’s Shadow’, Mythologies, (Indigo Dreams).


  • ‘Manes’, Steps in Time, smartphone application, (Newcastle Centre for the Literary Arts).

  • ‘Lolcatz’, What She Knew: Writers Respond to Lydia Davis, (Papaya Press).

  • ‘Wonderful Fish’, Inspiring Futures, (Indigo Dreams).

  • Fishing for Answers: Angling and the River Tyne, ERSC, Northumbria University.


  • ‘The Impression of Water’, Printmaking Today, 100th Edition, Vol. 25. No.4, (Winter).

  • The Walk Round Guide to Holy Island, poems by Jo Clement and drawings by Alexia Mellor, pamphlet for Northern Landscapes: Picture Poems exhibition, (Newcastle Poetry Festival).


  • 'Wood Picture,' Birmingham Journal of Literature and Language, Vol. 7, (Feb).


  • ‘Stores’, Write Around the Toon, (Newcastle Centre for the Literary Arts).

  • ‘Receiver of Wrecks’, The Ofi Press, (Issue 38).      

  • ‘House Sparrow’, In Flanders Fields, (Forward).

  • ‘Footing’, Butcher’s Dog, Issue 4, (Autumn).

  • ‘Three Poems’, The Black Light Engine Room, Issue 10.

  • ‘Input’, Words to Birds, Digital Content, New Writing North.