the possibilities project

The possibilites project

In Wisława Szymborska’s poem ‘Possibilities’, translated from Polish by Stanisław Barańczak and Claire Cavanagh, the winner of the 1996 Nobel Prize in Literature writes about what she prefers – as an individual and in the world. Read more


In late 2020, Liz Breslin, Laura Williamson and Annabel Wilson set out on e-bikes on the Otago Central Rail Trail on a ‘spoke’n’word tour’. We packed amps, mics and notebooks into trailers and pedalled the length of the Rail Trail, performing in the historic halls along the way. Read more

Rail-lines poster with laurels


A zine is a homemade mini magazine, in the tradition of scrapbooks and fanzines and feminist pamphlets. I make mine from paper, folded and/or stitched. Read more

krakow cut-and-paste

In 2019 I spent two months at the Villa Decius as a guest of Krakow UNESCO City of Literature, where I investigated local responses to the folk story of the Hejnał mariacki, the Trumpeter of Krakow. Read more

my poems on the wall in Krakow in English
everyday i'm buffering

nothing to see here

In 2021 I was virtual resident at the National Centre for Writing, UK, in Norwich. I spent my residency watching Norwich through the Hawk & Owl Peregrine Cam on top of Norwich Cathedral, writing poems about the city through this high-point of surveillance. Read more

At the Drop of a Hat

A poem collaboration with Annabel Wilson, Laura Williamson and everyone in the audience.

Audience members are encouraged to write a single word on a piece of paper and put it in the hat. Once all the words are collected, the words are drawn from the hat one by one, and we respond with a poem from Laura’s alphabeticised catalogue, Annabel’s brilliance or Liz’s head. Anything can happen and usually does.
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