Forthcoming readings/events

2018

Paul will continue to perform 'The Glass Aisle' with Brian Briggs. All enquiries to Becky Fincham: becky@bigmouthpresents.com. Event news also on Twitter.

5th April: Cardiff: Chapter, Canton: Seren 'First Thursday' poetry reading from 'The Glass Aisle'. Further details from Seren

9th April: The Social, 5, Little Portland Street, London, W1W 7JD. tel. 0207 636 4992. Caught by the River performance of 'The Glass Aisle', with Brian Briggs. Tickets and details click here and 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.

27th April: Chipping Norton Festival. 8.00pm Poetry reading. Tickets and details click here.

6th May: Much Wenlock, Shropshire. 7pm: The Edge. Poetry reading, with Jo Bell and Philip Gross. Details and tickets click here.

8th May: Chipping Campden Literature Festival. Town Hall, Chipping Campden. Poetry workshop (1pm - 4pm) followed by reading, with songs (4.15). For details and tickets click here.

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

3rd June: Hay Festival, Powys. Performance of 'The Glass Aisle', with Brian Briggs. For details and tickets click here.

June/July: Ledbury Poetry Festival: Performance of 'The Glass Aisle', with Brian Briggs. Event date tbc Tickets and details click here.

29th July: Port Eliot Festival, Cornwall - Caught by the River stage performance of 'The Glass Aisle', with Brian Briggs. For tickets please click here

17th August: Green Man Festival, Crickhowell - Green Man Landscape; discussion and performance of songs from 'The Glass Aisle', with Brian Briggs, Horatio Clare and Richard King. For details and tickets click here

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