A twelve poem audio trail, rooted in specific locations around Basingstoke, read by voice artist Naomi Escott, produced and accessible via the Overhear App.
Find out more at the Love Basingstoke blog:
Streets Alive Outdoor Gallery, Basingstoke
A poetry/art collaboration with Fatima Pantoja
Improbability Visual Verse
Blue Heart Visual Verse
Ecclesia and the Hatran King, Shrines and Winged Beasts, 10 Days Biennial interdisciplinary Art platform, Winchester
Mandeville's Travels and Medieval Myths of Africa on the Early Modern English Stage in Shakespeare in Southern Africa Vol. 18, 2006.
'Manual for a Raid' and 'Henslowe's Diary': Foucault and the Multiple Meanings of the Document, in Foucault in an Age of Terror: Essays on Biopolitics and the Defence of Society, Edited by Stephen Morton and Stephen Bygrave, 2008.
Giving place to Shakespeare in Africa: Geoffrey Haresnape’s African Tales from Shakespeare, in The Shakespearean International Yearbook, Volume 9, 2009.
The Orchard 100 Words for 100 Years
The Hunter and the Plough Words for the Wild
Star Well Words for the Wild
Streets Alive benches: Once Tree-Shaded and Mottled Education
Ecclesia and the Hatran King shown with Caroline Hall's video artwork Walking on Water