Exciting times, personal and political! The Binders Full of Women zine project, co-created with Sarah Crewe, launched -- 22 feminist poems and a glittery cover can be yours for £3 + postage -- and was picked up by the New Yorker and Harriet, the Poetry Foundation's blog. You can also read more about Binders... on feminist magazine Week Woman (and coming soon on Peony Moon, which recently featured Catechism: Poems for Pussy Riot).
Poetry Review 102:4, this December, will feature two of my poems, "Londinos" and "Elegy for the Sonnet as an Instrument of Torture." More on that soon -- and on the interview with Dykes to Watch Out For and Fun Home author Alison Bechdel, taking place today and to be published on the F-Word in the next few weeks.
In the meantime, here's another new poem, in Amy Key's brand-new and exciting magazine Poems In Which, and forthcoming in the Morning Star's Well Versed column. Amy's also the genius behind The Great British Bard-Off, where I contributed "Piece of Cake."