A Corrupted Poet

Nic Stringer's poetry, reviews and art have appeared in anthologies and magazines such as the Poetry Now Encounters series, Bedford Square 10, The Forward Book of Poetry 2019, Interpreter's House, Magma, Structo and The Next Review, where she was a featured poet in the Summer 2016 Poetry Showcase. She also writes reviews and won the University of London Prize for Writing in 2016.  Artwork from the project Some parts have been removed  was published in the November 2017 edition of Magma (69, The Deaf Issue). 

Nic's first collection, A day that you happen to know  was Highly Commended in this year's Forward Prizes 

You will find poems, sound, visuals and film online at The Poetry Shed and @TheArsonista (Burning House Press) 

New anthologies include The Creel (Guillemot Press) and the forthcoming  Valley  Press  Anthology of  Prose Poetry

Nic also organises events & exhibitions (CORRUPTED POETRY EVENTS) and is a member of the sound collective Fractured Strings. An original soundtrack to the collection,  In the half-light, is available on this website

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Upcoming Readings & Events

CORRUPTED POETRY    Following the success of Hard Lines with Jacqueline Saphra, Martyn Crucefix and Astrid Alben, and FLOW  with Mel Pryor, Will Harris, Sarah Westcott and Declan Ryan  we bring you  BEYOND IMITITATION .  Explore poetry as visual art and poetry's relationship with art, with Kathryn Maris, Tamar Yoseloff, Abegail Morley and Claire Collison. December 4th 2019,  The National Poetry Library at The Southbank Centre.

Corrupted Poetry Events are a new season of themed readings provoking debate about poetry’s physical, visual and sonic spaces.  

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