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Greta's radio piece Who's there? ( broadcast on BBC Radio 4's The Echo Chamber ) has been shortlisted for the Ted Hughes Award 2017 - read more

You can hear Who's there? using this link: here



Who's There?
Greta's new work, an interweaving of word, sound and music, is inspired by a care home for people with dementia.

An abridged version will be on BBC Radio 4's The Echo Chamber on 16th April and 22nd April.


Readings 2017

St David's Church, Exeter 5th May, 7pm
Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester 13th May
International Festival of Literature                   
Novi Sad, Serbia
28th-31st August



The Arvon Foundation, Lumb Bank 15th -19th May Starting to Write


Poetry Archive

You can hear Greta’s recent recording of her poems for the Archive using this link:

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February 29th 


Marshwood Vale Article


Jurassic Coast Schools Teaching Alliance

Greta was commissioned by the JCTA to lead a creative writing project inspired by the Quarry Caves in Beer, Devon. To read her commissioned poem and watch a video of Greta talking to Year 8 pupils please use the link below:

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Bristol Festival of Ideas 2015

Greta was one of 22 contemporary poets to respond to a commission based on the Lyrical Ballads of Wordsworth and Coleridge. All poets read in Bristol in March 2015. An anthology of all the commissioned poems is due later in 2015. To find out more please use the link below:

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Judging the Ann Born Prize

Greta is the 2015 judge for the Ann Born Prize.

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Rooting the Ridgeway

Greta is leading the Creative Writing part of the Artsreach Rooting the Ridgeway multi-media project. To find out more please use the link below:

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Teignmouth Poetry Festival 2016

Bath Literature Festival

Wenlock Poetry Festival

Sladers Yard, Bridport

Shute Festival of Literature and Landscape