Tuesday, 15 September 2015
Huge thanks to the lovely Caterpillar Poetry peeps for this lovely video celebrating my writing.
I'm not sure why they decided such a celebration was in order but I shall not complain.
You can find the video over at their Youtube page here:
"The Long Way Home: A Celebration of the Poetry of Steve Nash"
And why not follow on Twitter @Caterpillarpoet
Monday, 14 September 2015
This from the organisers:
"John Hegley is coming to the Festival this year for a fabulous, fun day of poetry. He will run a poetry workshop in the morning and will be joined by three other poets: Andy Seed (Winner of the Blue Peter Award for Best Book with Facts), Anneliese Emmans-Dean and Steve Nash.
In the afternoon, we’ll hold the P Factor Grand Final with the four poets, acting as judges. The winning team receive a trophy and will also have a chance to perform their poem during the Festival on Saturday 10th October as part of Andy Seed’s show. The P Factor is an inter-school ‘X-Factor’ style competition. Pupils from Years 3 and/or 4 from each school will pick a poem and perform it as part of the Grand Final P Factor in the afternoon.
For the first time this year, we are also planning on setting a new Guinness World Record for the largest number of children to recite Baa Baa Black Sheep."
As ever - click the link below for the details:
Sunday, 13 September 2015
Steve Nash, Rose Drew, Alan Gillott & Laurence O'Reilly + Ian Douglas+ The Book Shop Band
In a unique poetry/theatre hybrid, four performers each showcase drastically different approaches to spoken word. Alan, Laurence, Rose and Steve are professional poets, with very separate agendas forced to collaborate on a show. Their debates will take us on a journey through romance, personal torment, politics and comedy.
It's totally FREE! But here's the link anyhoo:Click Here for the link
Monday, 7 September 2015
My thoughts on Oz Hardwick and Amina Alyal's collaboration Close as Second Skins are viewable for your very own eyeholes over at Sabotage now.
Spoilers - it's a wee bit special (and not in the way my mum used to tell me I was)
Click this ere link below for the review x