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Launch Night Video, In Charge of the Gun

Click here https://youtu.be/MIinoufkMHo for the link

Thanks to Paul McGrane who has uploaded the joint launch by myself and Maggie B

utt last month. Here are the times should you want to jump to someone first, but the whole event is well worth listening to.

Zack Xu (0:00)  Harriet Proudfoot (3:43) Graham Clifford (7:33)  Maggie Butt (29:43)

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Roll up…

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‘A little strange, but a good strange.’

Thanks to David Coldwell at The Poetry Village (click here to read all) for publishing this new poem.

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Radio Free Europe

Big thanks to R.M. Francis and Brendan Hawthorne for inviting me to be included in their Radio Show on Black Country Radio, this Sunday 29th August, 6 – 8 pm.

Featuring a poem from In Charge of The Gun.

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Feral Poetry

Two new poems over at Feral Poetry

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Poetry

In Charge of the Gun, Live @ Middlesbrough

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Check out “Forest Poets presents: Maggie Butt & Graham Clifford”!

Check out “Forest Poets presents: Maggie Butt & Graham Clifford” on Eventbrite! Date: Mon, Aug 23 • 20:00 BST https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/forest-poets-presents-maggie-butt-graham-clifford-tickets-165162047129?aff=eand

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Humphrey Bogart Peter Lorre Poetry

Peter Lorre Bird

Thanks to the brilliant Anatoly Kudryavitsky and SurVision Magazine https://kudryavitsky.survisionmagazine.com/ for including this poem from In Charge of the Gun.

Link to the poem is here https://survisionmagazine.com/Issue9/grahamclifford.htm

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A Fishy Smell

Thanks to Nathan Dennis at Wine Cellar Press for including this poem in the latest edition. https://winecellarpress.com/a-fishy-smell/

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Arrival at Elsewhere – Cheltenham Poetry Festival

https://againstthegrainpoetrypress.wordpress.com/arrival-at-elsewhere/ I was lucky enough to be at this Reading, hosted by Cheltenham Poetry Festival at the beginning of March (4th). It was incredibly moving and the whole time I was thinking what a powerhouse of a project it was, what an undertaking. Although, in the Q&A Carl Griffin (curator) brushed it off as not […]

Arrival at Elsewhere – Cheltenham Poetry Festival