I’ve had a couple of poems, ‘a toast’ and ‘I am pregnant with proclamations of love’ from Anatomy added to an Anthologia on gender collected by Plymouth’s poet laureate, Blaidh Nemorlith (Thom Boulton).
You can read the Anthologia here.
As well as my stuff, there is work from other lovely Plymouth poets and an essay on gender too. It’s a really diverse and interesting selection.
Thanks very much to Lunar Poetry for publishing a review by Kyle Cooper of Anatomy . It’s a very kind review as well.
If you’d like to read it all, you can purchase a copy of the journal here.
However, here’s a happy quote:
“Mostly, however, Travers evokes the contemporary world with an elegance that is rare. Against this constant stream of
status updates, bright screens and blaring noise, the relationship is barely a whisper; and because of this, it is successful.”
The team responsible for Lunar Poetry are also trying at the moment to crowdsource £5000 with the aim of setting up a specialist poetry bookshop in London. Perhaps you could consider giving their campaign a visit here.
I’m very grateful to Ali Crean, who runs the All The Things Inbetween blog. She has placed an interview with me on her weekly feature on her blog called Weekly Indie Word Slinger. Ali also has posted a very kind review of Anatomy on her blog too.
Read the Word Slinger feature.
Read the review.
I noticed today on you tube that the video for Love and Pi is up to 99 views. Is there anyone out there who hasn’t seen it yet who feels like pushing the viewing total into 3 figures?
Published today on the HOUSEBOAT blog, there is a feature about me and some of the poems I have written for Anatomy. The feature also has the wonderful photographs of Rose Mary Boehm.
You can read for yourself by following the link below.