‘Road-signs’ in The Journal #63
25th ‘Book-fort haven’ Haiflu haiku
Haiflu – Liv Torc (9 photos as part of this project too)
Stream A Northern Idol (for Clare Shaw) by Sarah L Dixon | Listen online for free on...Read More »
Monday 11th Jan 2021 7.30-9.30pm Guest – Cafe Writers event Norwich (zoom)
Cafe Writers January 2021 Tickets, Mon 11 Jan 2021 at 19:30 | Eventbrite
Sunday 7th February 2021 ...Read More »
I am delighted to feature in this podcast hosted by Matt Chamberlain along with Bethany Goodwill and David Dykes.
My poems from the podcast are below:
I could talk of childhood beaches
of the rock-pools at RhosColyn,
and the eel...Read More »
27th January 2019 Imbolc story Walk 1pm Marsden
4th February 2019 Puzzle Poets 7pm? Sowerby Bridge
28th February 2019 Uncut Poets 7pm? Exeter
6th March 2019 Women of Words 2-4pm Hull
29th March 2019 Word Club 7pm? Leeds
18th September 2019 Whisky and...Read More »
Launch at The Lloyds, Chorlton, Manchester Friday 30th November 7.30-9.30pm
Special guests: Simon Howarth. Chris Woods and Kate Garrett.
‘Here dance the figures of anger, frustration, resentment and desire, following the skewed steps of Surrealist spells and charms for coping. Dixon’s pithy and...Read More »
The Finding Huddersfield Blog part 1 – Huddersfield Sounds
One of my poetry/art friends (Hannah Boyd) challenged me to be part of a project where you wrote your aims for the next year on a plate and I am reporting back on the plate I wrote on this time last year.
My...Read More »
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Ben Banyard review via the link above
Themes include: break-up, music, pubs, friendship, longing, love, connection, adventures and moving on.
Cost is £6 in person. Or £7.25 (incl UK P&P) either by cheque in advance, through PayPal or directly to my bank account.
Sarah Dixon writes so knowingly and with unerring lightness of touch. She knows about breaking and aching and treads nimbly between mythic, modern, and the sweet specificity of the mundane. She knows...Read More »
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I have three poems up on Clear Poetry Today. They can be found here:Read More »
Thanks to Kate x...Read More »
Not human today
My head is the sun.
from a distance it is round
up close it is volatile
and makes less sense
My torso often gives away
but today it is an angel
beautiful with hate
I have one limb
stolen from a stone circle
it insists on pagan ritual
makes me a detached observer
of candles and sacrifice
My elk...Read More »
My poem Not Human Today has been published in The Interpreter’s House Issue 61.
This is now available here:
I have also had two poems accepted for publication in Three Drops from a Cauldron.
Unbecoming Someone will be published online on 1st April.
Woodland...Read More »