Andrew Taylor Poetry

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16th February 2013
Mar 6

2325
16th February 2013

Andrew is now sole editor of www.m58.co.uk a visual & other poetries web zine. Many thanks to Sarah Crewe who previously co-edited the site. Submissions are most welcome. See the submission guidelines at the website. m58poetry@hotmail.co.uk

Feb 26
m58

Very pleased to have five new poems published at Stride Magazine. Thanks to Rupert. http://www.stridemagazine.co.uk/Stride%20mag%202014/jan2014/aTaylor.poems.htm

Jan 24
Five new poems published at Stride

Pleased to have three poems in the debut issue of ikleftiko edited by Elio Lomas. Good to see some familiar and not so familiar names there. The issue is available to download here

Jan 15
New poems, new magazine
Jan 11

Very pleased to see that Radio Mast Horizon was amongst the poetry choice’s of Stride Magazine editor, Rupert Loydell. Great to see fellow Shearsman poet Patricia Farrell’s The Zechstein Sea there too.

Jan 5
Editor’s Choice

Thanks to Ryan and the team at The Queen’s Head for taking two poems in their current issue. For more info about this great publication from Scotland see www.facebook.com/thequeenszine

Dec 19
Two poems

(in no particular order)
The National ‘Trouble will Find me’
Julianna Barwick ‘Nepenthe’
These New Puritans ‘Field of Reeds’
Daughter ‘If you Leave’
Laura Veirs ‘Warp & Weft’
Boards of Canada ‘Tomorrow’s Harvest’
Julianna Barwick ‘Pacing/Call’ (Single)
Band of Horses ‘Mirage Rock’
Nils Frahm ‘Spaces’
Roger Eno ‘Little things left Behind’
Sigur Ros ‘Kveikur’
Bill Ryder-Jones ‘A bad wind blows through my Heart’
Epic45 ‘Collected Recordings 1998-2004’
Epic45 ‘Monument’ (forthcoming single)
MV & EE ‘Trailer Trash’
Evening Hymns ‘You and Jake’
John Grant ‘Pale Green Ghosts’
Volcano Choir ‘Comrade’
…and probably more.

Dec 10
Music of 2013

An artwork by Edward Chell that contains some of my poetry, is being exhibited in Edward’s exhibition ‘Soft Estate. The piece, ‘Songbird’ contains some of words from my poem ’This Time of Night’. The exhibition runs from 6th December until 23rd February 2014. Further details from the Bluecoat website.

Dec 8
Poem at the Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool