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I'm Always Trying to Fill
Mary Amato writes fiction, poetry, essays, plays, and songs. Her work for adults has appeared in many publications, including 100 Word Story, SoFloPoJo, Viewless Wings, The Washington Post, Mothering, Muse, and My Unsung Hero. She has also published over 25 novels for young adults and children, including four series, and is the winner of The Buckeye Book Award, The Rebecca Caudill Award, The Keisler Poetry Prize, and more. She has taught at John Hopkins University, The Writer's Center, and The Writers Circle and has been a featured workshop leader for organizations, including The National Book Festival, The Utah Humanities Book Festival, The Oxford Conference for the Book, the American Library Association, and The National Council of Teachers of English.
Extract from Shadow Reel
Clive Gresswell is a 64-year-old innovative writer and poet from Luton in Bedfordshire, UK. Shadow Reel, of which this clip is an extract, is a 16,000-word prose poem that riffs off innovations such as alliteration, sound, and motif. The full poem is still searching for a home.
Moss & Glitter
Jane Glennie's poetry films have been screened at festivals across the world. They have been featured on www.shondaland.com and at the Southbank Centre. They have received distinctions and awards at Oxford Brookes Poetry Film Competition (UK), Weimar Poetry Film Competition (Germany), Rabbit Heart Poetry Film Festival (USA), and Poole Poetry Film Competition (UK). She has films in the Book of Hours project (UK), and the Visible Poetry Project (USA). In 2021-22, she created a poetry film with author and poet Rosie Garland – 'Because Goddess is Never Enough, which has been selected for a number of festivals, including the 2022 Zebra Poetry Film Festival in Berlin, and is also now published as a book.
Covert Operations & Let Rip
Dr. Lee Campbell is an artist, poet experimental filmmaker, writer, Senior Lecturer at University of the Arts London, and curator/founder of Homo Humour, the first-of-its-kind project on contemporary queer male film and moving image practices that explore humour and LGBTQ+ storytelling. His experimental performance poetry films have been selected for many international film festivals since 2019 including Queerbee LGBT Film Festival, The Gilbert Baker Film Festival, Kansas 2020 and 2021, HOMOGRAPHY, Brussels and STATES OF DESIRE: Tom of Finland in the Queer Imagination, Casa de Duende, Philadelphia, USA, 2020 WICKED QUEER 2021, Boston, USA, FilmPride - Brighton & Hove Pride's official LGBTQ+ film festival, Brighton, UK, Splice Film Festival 2021, Brooklyn, USA and Darkroom Festival, London. Lee had his first solo exhibition in North America of his poetry films, See Me: Performance Poetry Films at Fountain Street, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A in July 2022. Publications of his poetry include Hakara: A Bi-Lingual Journal of Creative Expression, The Atticus Review, Ink, Sweat and Tears, Untitled. Voices, Gob Jaw Anthology 2019-2022, Issue Two: Wasteland, Powders Press, Issue One: First Times, Powders Press, Otherwise, You Are Here - The Journal of Creative Geography and Queerlings – A Literary Magazine for Queer Writing.
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