For the latest interview in the series, we chatted to Sarah Westcott, author of Slant Light (2016) and Bloom (2020) to discuss her two collections and her feelings about poetry and nature more widely, examining the discourse between the two which flows throughout her work.
Our three new collections from Pavilion Poetry are now available: bird of winter by Alice Hiller, Bloom by Sarah Westcott, and What Fire by Alice Miller! Order now and join us online on Wednesday 5th May to celebrate these titles with a free virtual event. Working with her childhood medical notes, Alice Hiller's bird of … Continue reading
On Wednesday 5th May we will launch our latest Pavilion Poetry titles: bird of winter by Alice Hiller, Bloom by Sarah Westcott, and What Fire by Alice Miller. Join us online with the Centre for New and International Writing at the University of Liverpool to celebrate these collections - register for the free virtual event … Continue reading
We caught up with Sarah Westcott to discuss the interplay between science and creative writing and the various aspects of life and culture that enrich her poetry collection Slant Light. As someone who has studied both biology and creative writing, do you think that scientific methods (e.g. observation and analysis) bear any similarity to poetic composition? … Continue reading
Pavilion Poetry and LUP would like to congratulate Ruby Robinson and Sarah Westcott on their achievements in the 2016 Forward Prizes for Poetry! Ruby Robinson on the nomination of Every Little Sound for the Felix Dennis Prize for Best First Collection. Sarah Westcott for her poem Inklings (from Slant Light) which has been Highly Commended by the judges for this year’s … Continue reading