On-going projects include The Jade Album, a book-length sequence of poems on Chinese jades, and Compositions, a small book of poems on perfume, as well as poetry translations (see below)
Line to Curve. Shearsman, 2018.
Three Reds. Shearsman 2011.
Broder. Traffic Street Press (artist's book), 2000.
Pamphlets and broadsides
Small mountain lyric (Asterisk 16). Fewer and Further Press, 2013.
Spill. Chibcha Press, 2004.
Archive of the Now
The Word Underneath
Contribution to Situations Magazine Exhibition, Artists’ Programme, Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts, Norwich, 2020
Saxifrage, sideways, chapbook contribution to Dusie Kollektiv 9: Somewhere in the Cloud and Inbetween—A Tribute to Marthe Reed (2020)
Fish and What did the orange gain in Sudden Prose Reprints
Love-in-a-mist in Amberflora
Two poems in Datableed
Three poems in Molly Bloom
Essential volatiles in para·text 2 (2016); Colour changes in para-text 7 (August 2019)
Poems in Noon: journal of the short poem 12 (2016) and 14 (2019)
Poems from Jade in Long Poem Magazine 11 (2014) and 18 (2017)
Sample from Infinite Difference
Four poems in Stride
Trainscapes in ink sweat and tears
Poems in anthologies
Philip Rowland (ed.) NOON: An Anthology of Short Poems. Isobar Press, 2019.
Anne Caldwell and Oz Hardwick (eds) Valley Press Anthology of Prose Poetry, 2019
Carrie Etter (ed.) Infinite Difference: Other Poetries by UK Women Poets. Shearsman 2010.
Essays and reviews
'Making Places, Making Poems: process and performance in landscape book arts' (on Camilla Nelson and Steven Hitchins, Translating the Coal Forests and Paeony Lewis, A Practical Guide to Gardening behind the Post-war Fence) The Blue Notebook 17 (2) (Spring–Summer 2023)
Review of Sandeep Parmar, Faust and Mary Leader, The Distaff Side, Long Poem Magazine online (2022)
'The Field and the Turf' Long Poem Magazine Poets and their Processes series, August 2022
'Writing Broad, Writing Long, Writing Slow', essay in Long Poem Magazine 23 (Spring 2020)
'Composing Perfume, Listening to Jade', essay in Poetry Wales 54(2) (Winter 2018)
'Existence plus Alphabets', review of Linda Russo, Meaning to Go to the Origin in Some Way and Participant, Jacket2 (2016)
'Milk and Thistles' in Helen Ivory and George Szirtes (eds.) In Their Own Words: Contemporary Poets on Their Poetry. Salt, 2012
'Pattern Needs Another Stone', review of Frances Presley, Lines of Sight. Jacket 40 (2010).
'Returning to the Meadow' How2 2(3), 2008.
Also reviews of:
Yang Lian, Concentric Circles. Modern Poetry in Translation Series 3, No 6 (2006).
Cecilia Vicuña, Cloud Net. How2 1(5) (March 2001).
Lighthouse magazine, issue 11 (Winter 2016): ecopoetics feature, edited with Angus Sinclair
'inter-strand' in Linda Russo and Marthe Reed (eds.) Counter-desecration: a glossary for writing within the Anthropocene'. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 2018.
‘”Relaxed into Intricate Thicket”: Ronald Johnson’s Green Poetics’ in Glennis Byron and Andrew Sneddon (eds.) The Body and the Book: Writings on Poetry and Sexuality. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2008
'Tidalectic Lectures: Kamau Brathwaite's Prose/Poetry as Sound-Space', Anthurium 2003
(From Norwegian) Hanne Bramness, Winter Kitchens / Vinterkjøkken, poems for young people, Nordsjøforlaget, 2020
(From Norwegian, with Hanne Bramness) Lars Amund Vaage, The Red Place, Shearsman, 2020
(from Portuguese) Sandra Guerreiro The Where Place / Onde o Lugar, Glaciar, Lisbon (2019)
(from Norwegian, with Hanne Bramness):
Sequence from The Water Glass, Long Poem Magazine 26 (Autumn 2021)
Lars Amund Vaage, poem from The Red Place (Den Raude Staden) published in Osiris 87 (2018);
Two poems by Hanne Bramness from From the History of Hope (Fra Håpets Historie) in Osiris 88 (2019); poems by Lars Amund Vaage in Noon 16 (2020)
Photograph: pear espalier (Edith Summerhayes 2012)