Alexander Rhodes

Pucker Poets Podcast-Episode Five-Rowan McCabe

This weeks episode of the Pucker Poets podcast is now up. Join me as I talk with Door to Door Poet; Rowan McCabe

Pucker Poets Episode Four – Mark Gwynne Jones

Welcome to Episode Four of the Pucker Poets Podcast, a weekly conversation with some of the people I have had the pleasure of meeting in the UK poetry and storytelling scene. This week I had a chat with Mark Gwynne… Continue Reading →

Pucker Poets Episode Three-Tina Sederholm

In this weeks episode, I talk with Poet, Theatremaker, storyteller and editor TIna Sederholm. She speaks about her formative experiences, her writing techniques, and how writing has helped her throughout her life. You can find out more about Tina’s work,… Continue Reading →

Pucker Poets Episode Two – John Osborne

The second episode of the Pucker Poets Podcast features the much loved, and hugely talented John Osborne. Enjoy…

Brand New Pucker Poets Podcast Launched- Episode 1-Poet-Dominic Berry

It seems like the ideal opportunity to launch the new Pucker Poets Podcast – First Up – 2020 Sabatour Best Poet, Dominic Berry

Dominic Berry – Selected Poems 1998 to 2018 –

Fiftypointfour Recordings, my digital label, was revived around a campfire at a festival, with the purpose of distributing Spoken Word albums. I am delighted to share the release detail of the first album. SW001. I am equally pleased that the first artist is the wonderful Dominic Berry.

We have more Spoken Word performers lined up, but here are the details of this seminal release for the label which was formerly limited to club music.

Attila The Stockbroker At St Cecilia’s Hall_Edinburgh Fringe 2019

What happens when you allow a Punk Rock Poet to take the stage in a Classical venue, with early 17th century instruments?

Find out here

Cactus_Jemima Foxtrot

Another in my personal reviews of #edfringe2019 #pbhfreefringe #must see.

Jemima schools us in the art of the spoken word show.


the Second City Poets are performing Playground, at the Scottish Poetry Library, 6th to 9th August inclusive. Here is my review.

The second in a series of three reflections. Where are they going? No idea…