Forthcoming readings/events


'The Glass Aisle', Paul Henry's seventh collection, will be published by Seren in the new year.

2018 also sees the release of a recording of The Glass Aisle's collaborative performance version, with Brian Briggs. Brian and Paul will continue to tour 'The Glass Aisle' across the year. All enquiries to Becky Fincham:

February/March 2018 events soon to be announced here, and also on Twitter

4th February: Bush Hall, Uxbridge Rd., London, W12. Caught by the River performance of 'The Glass Aisle', with Brian Briggs. For details click here and for advance tickets click here.

3rd March: Old Fire Station, Oxford. 7.30pm. Performance of 'The Glass Aisle', with Brian Briggs. Tickets and details click here.

18th April: Tŷ Newydd Writers' Centre, Gwynedd: Guest reader - Spring Poetry Masterclass (tutors: Carol Ann Duffy and Gillian Clarke). Click here for details and course bookings.

28th May - 2nd June: The Garsdale Retreat, Cumbria: Tutor - Writing Poetry: tutor (guest reader: Fleur Adcock). Click here for details and bookings.

12th - 14th October: Tŷ Newydd Writers' Centre, Gwynedd: Poetry and Songwriting (co-tutor: Brian Briggs). Click here for details and course bookings.

Previous News Items

The Slate Sea - this eclectic book of poems and photographs, edited by Paul Henry and Zed Nelson, has been published by The Camden Trust.

Seren has reprinted The Brittle Sea: New & Selected Poems.
"The Brittle Sea spans a sleek twenty years. Gesturing equally backwards and forwards, it marks Henry's quiet rise as a major lyric poet while whetting the appetite for what is sure to be a very rich later career..."
- 'Poetry Review' (Dai George)

Henry's The Black Guitar, has been published for readers in India.
For an extract from an interview with Bageshree Subbanna of 'The Hindu', click here