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Poetry Competitions
Bridport Prize 2008 - Shortlisted for 'Ending'
Bridport Prize 2009 - Highly Commended for 'Ultrasonic Mouse Deterrent'.
Bridport Prize 2021 - Shortlisted for 'The Homeless'.
Canterbury Festival Poet of the Year 2022
- Shortlisted for 'Inventory Keeper'.
Canterbury  Festival Poet of the Year 2023 - Shotlisted for 'Prospective Density of Snow'.
Gloucestershire Poetry Society Open Poetry Competition 2023 - Shortlisted
Frogmore Poetry Prize 2023 - Third Place for "Elvis Presley Arrives Just in Time for a Charity Event in an English Village'.
National Poetry Competition 2008 - Commended for 'The Minister as a Horse'.

National Poetry Competition 2020 & 2022 - Longlisted. 
South Downs Poetry Festival Competition 2021 - Highly Commended for 'Crundale Buckle'.
South Downs Poetry Festival Competition 2021 - First Prize for 'Wild Boars'.
Verve Poetry Festival Competition 2022 - Commended for 'Barbecuing in the Snow'.
Verve Poetry Festival competition 2023 - Commended for 'Shaoshan'.

Ver Poets Competition 2022 - two poems selected for competition anthology.
Walter Swan Poetry Competition 2022 - Highly Commended for the Old Crowd
Ware Poetry Competition 2023 - Commended for "Plastic Seahorses'.
Ware Poetry Competition 2023 - Commended for 'Starring at Beasts'.

Poetry Anthologies
City Lighthouse Poetry Anthology (tall-lighthouse) 2009
City State: New London Poetry (Penned in the Margins) 2009
Days of Roses Anthology 1 (edited by Declan Ryan & Malene Engelund 2011)
Masculinity: An Anthology of Modern Voices (Broken Sleep Books, forthcoming 2024)

You've got so many machines, Richard! - An Anthology of Aphex Twin Poetry (Broken Sleep Books, edited by Rishi Dastidar & Aaron Kent, 2022)
Swapping the Present for a Future: The Verve Anthology of Beginnings (Verve, edited by Caroline Bird, 2022)
Like Flowering for the Revolution: The Verve Anthology of Protest Poems (Verve, edited by Kim Moore, 2023)
Ver Poets Competition Anthology 2022

Poetry Magazines/ Journals
The Clutter Jar appeared in The North (Issue 68)
The Drone appeared in The Spectator (4th 
March 2023)
Last Entry appeared in Other Poetry
After the Bombs appeared in Stand.  
Red Kite at a Football Match appeared in Poetry Wales.
Co-Seismic Slip and Ghost Story both appeared in New Welsh Review.(2022)
Nightttime Pram Pushers Club appeared in New Welsh Review (2023)

The Fascination appeared in Fuselit.  
The Return of My Father and That Word appeared in Ambit.  
Miso Soup appeared in Poetry London (Issue 63)
Something Not Quite Placed, The Great Debate and Yes, I Have Compared You to a Goat appeared in Poetry London (Issue 66).  
Posthumous appearing in SOUTH (Issue 67)

Natural Forces appeared in Iota.  
After the Clinking of Glasses appeared in Dreamcatcher.
Erno Goldfinger Moves into Balfron Tower, Tenancy Decant, and, Rent Man’s Note appeared in City State: New London Poetry (Penned in the Margins) 
Gaudi’s Workshop, June 6th 1926 appeared in The Wolf.   
Meat appeared in Magma.

Reviews of Books

- London Magazine - Incisive Voices – A review of ‘Zeppelins’ by Chris McCabe (Salt Publishing) & ‘Los Alamos Mon Amour’ by Simon Barraclough (Salt Publishing)

- Poetry London - Extended Play – Christopher Horton on the thriving pamphlet sector (a review of nine pamphlets),
Issue 67.

- Horizon Literary Web Journal (Salt Publishing, ed. Jane Holland) A review of Anne Caldwell’s ‘Slug Language’ (Horizon now defunct)

- Eyewear Review: ‘Things to Do Before You Leave Town’ by Ross Sutherland

- Wild Court Literary Journal: What Being Human Entails - a review of Vanessa Lampert's collection 'Say it With me', 2024

Photography Competitions
First Prize in the King’s Mile Photo Competition, Canterbury Unseen, 2022

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