A Corrupted Poet

Nic Stringer lives and works in the South-East of England. Her work has appeared in anthologies and magazines such as the Poetry Now Encounters series and Bedford Square 10, Magma, Structo and The Next Review, where she was a featured poet in the Summer 2016 Poetry Showcase. She also 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 is Highly Commended in this year's Forward Prizes and is available from Guillemot Press

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

LAUNCHED: A Day that you happen to know, at the Terre Verte Gallery, Altarnun, Cornwall                                                                                                                                           NEXT EVENT FROM CORRUPTED POETRY:  Following the success of Hard Lines with Jacqueline Saphra, Martyn Crucefix and Astrid Alben, and FLOW  wuith Mel Pryor, Will Harris, Sarah Westcott and Declan Ryan   we bring you BEYOND IMITITATION (details to be announced)

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