Mark Waldron Readings
Mark Waldron has been reading from his third collection Meanwhile, Trees, published by Bloodaxe in 2016, at many venues around the country, including the Ledbury Poetry Festival in July 2016. He went down a storm at the Newcastle Poetry Festival in May 2016, performing his entire set from memory. Video clips of this reading are on the title page for Meanwhile, Trees.
The Poetry Review Winter 2017 Launch Reading, Wednesday 17 January 2018, 6.30 for 7pm
The Poetry Cafe, 22 Betterton Street, London WC2H 9BX
Nearest station: Covent Garden
Launch Reading for the latest issue of The Poetry Review, with readers Ian Humphreys, Holly Pester, Mark Waldron and, in an exclusive filmed reading, Hisham Bustani.
Tickets are free but must be reserved in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Click here to read an interview with Mark Waldron on Poetry Spotlight.
Meanwhile, Trees was The Observer's Poetry Book of the Month on 26 June 2016. Click here to read.
The book was well reviewed in The Guardian by Sean O'Brien: 'Enough wit to sink a battleship': Click here to read.
Mark Waldron read at the Port Eliot Festival in 2015. He was interviewed live from the festival together with Jack Underwood. He read two of his poems, including one that is now included in his Bloodaxe collection Meanwhile, Trees, which is 'All My Poems Are Advertisements for Me'. Click here to listen
[11 December 2017]