THE BELL TOWER book launch
Clip from THE BELL TOWER launch where I talk about (re)finding my voice, how the book came into being and what the title means.
Another clip from THE BELL TOWER launch where I read ‘150 words as I wait for a tree to grow back’ Part I (anger) and ‘Cloudcunt’ – and explain who Man at the back is and why I waved to him the other day.
The Bell Tower published with The Emma Press
Acerbic, precise and very funny, Pamela Crowe’s poems explore home life and relationships in a delightfully forthright voice. Secret frustrations and anxieties are aired and private fantasies brought into the light, as odes blur into diatribes and psychodramas become love poems.
Woven throughout The Bell Tower is a love of Jane Austen, Sylvia Plath, Wendy Cope and – above all – Helen Fielding’s Bridget Jones. These are fierce, acutely observed poems that give weight to domestic minutiae and put words to helpless howls into the abyss.
Available to order here
The Bell Tower featured in 5 Poetry Collections You’ll Want To Devour After Watching ‘Normal People’
Review of Frida Kahlo: Making Herself Up Soanyway Magazine
Review of Kara Chin: Show Real & Ashley Holmes: Trust Melody Corridor8
Tactile Optic Shock, part of the ‘Soundness’ digital programme 20-21 VAC
What is it? published by The Poetry Society
How to – creative writing prompts from TACTILE OPTIC SHOCK
Jane | all this she must possess
About process, image & text – how to show proximity, intimacy or loss; how to get near each other, how to exist apart (how to get near Jane, how to de-film Jane).
We’re not making a film