Writers’ Kingston Event #44 – Seen as Read anthology launch

19 October 2021 – Nature, nurture

Seen as Read anthology launch
19 October 2021
The Town House Courtyard, Kingston University

Writers Kingston returned for a fifth year of events to celebrate the launch of Seen as Read, a new anthology of visual poetry published by Kingston University Press. Readings and performances from ten poets working in the innovative live literature tradition.
More about the book here: https://www.poembrut.com/seenasreadanthology

Nature, nurture (2021)
from Seen as Read

Poem Brut in Bristol

15 October 2021 – Abbreviations

Poem Brut at Eachwhat Industries, Bristol
15 October 2021

An evening of new experimental literary performance works, made for the night. Also celebrating second launch of SJ Fowler’s Bastard Poems (Steel Incisors press)


18 September 2021 – exhibition and publication celebratory launch – Non plus ultra

17–24 September 2021

Poem Atlas visual poetry exhibition
Art Park, Archipoli, Rhodes, Greece
UK-based visual poets contribute work to Poem Atlas’s first international exhibition, examining materiality through the lens of text and textiles.
Catalogue available here

‘Seen as Read’

Seen as Read (2021)
Anthology of visual, asemic and photo poetry
Edited by SJ Fowler
Kingston University Press
Seven poems in an anthology of visual poetries emerging from a series of online programmes run by SJ Fowler during the global COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns of 2020 and 2021
Available to buy here: https://poembrut.bigcartel.com/product/seenasread

t’ART Magazine

t’Art Magazine
Issue 2 (May 2021)

A new magazine and digital arts platform full of words, pictures, performance, music and the possibilities of creativity. Artists, writers and creatives submitted work for the second print issue on the theme of ‘Circles and Cycles’.


Cartref caret (2020)

16 July–9 August 2020

Online exhibition from Mellom Press – a multilingual visual poetry exhibition exploring what home is, how language connects us to our feelings of home and if language can define home

Origins – Thames boat project

Lore, ci-devant (2020)

Ben Judd/Writers’ Centre Kingston/The Bradbury
1 June–21 July 2020

Collaborative evolving project with Stanley Picker Fellow Ben Judd, creating an adaptable floating structure on the River Thames, considering the importance of community within a large city. Runs online prior to physical version.
Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston, London