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Poet, writer, teacher


Greta started teaching poetry at Morley College in London in 2000 and has since been a tutor at Goldsmiths College, University of London, Bath Spa University, the Arvon Foundation and the Poetry School. She has been a Poetry Fellow at Warwick University and Writer-in-Residence at Exeter University.

She currently teaches for the Arvon Foundation and the Poetry School.



Arvon Foundation


The Poetry School



Other Writing

With the prize-winning theatre company Brouhaha, Greta co-wrote and devised three shows:

Fish Soup, Whatever the Weather and Light at Night (1990-1995) 

Brouhaha won the 1991 Prix d'Or at the Festival de Villard de Lans, France.

Greta appeared on the Channel 4 poetry programme Arrows of Desire (2004)

She performed her poems in the inaugural Live Literature Jaybird production Tilting the Mirror with Jean Sprackland (2007)

Greta was Dramaturg for Angelexit’s production of Moonfleet (2009).







'Walking with Simon Armitage', Poetry Revew, Winter 2013

Who’s there? a poetic exploration of dementia, Poetry News, March 2017