Biography

Introducing Sharon Larkin

Sharon Larkin’s ‘Interned at the Food Factory’ was published by Indigo Dreams in 2019 and ‘Dualities’ was published by Hedgehog Poetry Press in 2020. Her poems have been anthologised by Cinnamon Press, Eyewear, Smokestack, Fair Acre and more, and have appeared widely in magazines including Magma, Prole, Obsessed with Pipework and Here Comes Everyone, and on-line eg Ink Sweat & Tears, Atrium, The Blue Nib and Rat’s Ass Review. Sharon organized Poetry Café Refreshed in Cheltenham, chaired Cheltenham Poetry Society and Cheltenham Arts Council and is Gloucestershire’s Stanza Representative. She runs Eithon Bridge Publications, specialising in anthologies eg All a Cat Can Be (2018), Invisible Zoos (2019) and Poetry from Gloucestershire (2020). An anthology of poetry inspired by music is forthcoming (2021). She also curates and edits the Good Dadhood on-line poetry project. Sharon has a Creative Writing MA and is passionate about Wales, photography, the countryside and the natural world.


Website: Coming Up With The Words  https://sharonlarkinjones.com/

Sharon’s entries at Poets Directory: Poets Directory Showcase and Poets Directory Collections

Author page at Indigo Dreams Publishing: Indigo Dreams Author Page

Author page at Hedgehog Poetry Press: Hedgehog Poetry Press Author Page

Eithon Bridge Publications: https://eithonbridge.com

Good Dadhood: https://gooddadhood.com

Poetry Café Refreshed: https://poetrycaferefreshed.wordpress.com

Sharon’s profile on Write out Loud: Write out Loud – Sharon Larkin Biography

Sharon’s profile on the University of Gloucestershire Alumni website: UOG Alumni Biographies

Interview at Wombwell Rainbow: Wombwell Rainbow Interviews

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