Written in the Spring of 2020, at Polcuta in the Roseland.
A group of tiny poems inspired by the Roseland
A group of haiku inspired by the ponds at Polcuta
A selection of haiku written at Polcuta in Cornwall, spring -- summer 2020
An elegy for Robert Woof, Director of the Wordsworth Trust, who lived partly in Newcastle, partly in Grasmere. The poem’s setting is Portloe in Cornwall.
A sonnet about place-names in Cornwall; first published in the Oxford Magazine.
Three sonnets inspired by the sea at Carne beach.
An imagined walk from Veryan to Portloe with my older sister Sally, who died in 1999 and never saw this beautiful place.
A poem about Carne Beach, which is an hour’s walk from our cottage in Veryan Green. This started life as a prose poem, but the rhyme took over and turned it into free rhyming verse.
Photos taken in the garden of our Cornish cottage
A poem about a haunted spot...
A poem about a mischievous Cornish piskie
A selection of Cornish seaweed photos
A selection of photos of Cornish walls
An anthology of poetry and prose celebrating the return of the Cornish Chough to Cornwall; edited by Lucy Newlyn.
A long historical ballad set in Cornwall just before the First World War. Written by Lucy Newlyn, set to music and performed by Stuart Estell.
A selection of rocks and rockpools in photographs