22.07.17 Poetry Cafe Fundrasier, Poetry Cafe, London, 12:40pm (start time 12pm)
05.08.17-26.08.17 (not 16th) She Grrrowls at PBH Free Fringe, Black Market Room 1, 19:20-20:20
21.08.17: That’s What She Said (For Books Sake),Room 3 of BarBados, 65 Cowgate, 17:45-18:45
23.08.17: Poetry Versus at PBH Free Fringe, The Banshee Labyrinth, 20:40-21:40
24.09.17: Hastings Fringe Festival, The Beacon, 7pm
- Review: Paula Varjack – Show Me The Money August 13, 2017 carminamasoliver
- Munecas: International Anthology Against Child Abuse: Volume 2 (Coleccion Grito de Mujer) July 23, 2017 carminamasoliver
Category Archives: News
You can now read my poetry in Spanish in this collection. Ahora, puedes leer mi poema ‘Barras para monos’ en Espanol aqui .
12:00-22:00 at The Poetry Cafe, London (nearest tube: Covent Garden) Carmina will be on at 12:40pm. Sponsor her here.
Fellow member of Kid Glove, Maeve Scullion, has been organising a charity fundraising event for Child.org whereby poets write and perform poems for 10 hours straight. Wanting to take part, but being in Spain, I decided to participate online. I … Continue reading
As part of Mujeres Poetas Internacional: 8pm, Patio Vesubio, Cordoba, Spain.
It was recently National Poetry Day, and a feeling waved over me that has been kept at bay since being in Spain. It has been around a month now, and I can’t remember the last time I was this happy. Aside … Continue reading
When I lived in London I was working full-time, commuting about 3 hours a day, and on top of that I would, like clockwork, do something to do with my creative practise. Increasingly, this felt like I was doing more … Continue reading
Commissioned poetry about Indian soldiers in WWI and WWII. Join the event here. Find out more about Global Arts here.
Today has been a good day. I reflected on how I’d appreciate my job more if I wasn’t so focused on things outside it (making it in the poetry biz). In this moment, I realised that I can enjoy my … Continue reading
The other week I wanted to show Bande de Filles aka Girlhood, to 6th Form students in order to get them to come along to the Feminist Club. They had been keen after having Feminista UK coming in to run a workshop with them. Sadly, … Continue reading