About

Lisa Kelly is half Danish and half deaf. Her pamphlet Bloodhound is published by Hearing Eye and she is a regular host of poetry evenings at the Torriano Meeting House, London. She has a Masters, with Distinction, in Creative Writing from Lancaster University. She teaches creative writing and poetry in performance at the Torriano Meeting House. Lisa is a board member of Magma Poetry, and the current Chair. She co-edited issue 63, ‘The Conversation Issue’ and issue 69, ‘The Deaf Issue’.

poetry

Lisa’s poems have been published in various magazines, including PN Review, New Walk Magazine, The Spectator, South Bank Poetry, The Rialto, Ambit, Prole, Urthona, Brittle Star and Tears in the Fence. Online publications include Well Versed, And Other Poems, Poems in Which, Antiphon and Long Exposure. Her poems have appeared in the anthologies Asterism, The Book of Love and Loss and Stairs and Whispers: D/deaf and Disabled Poets Write Back (Nine Arches Press). A selection of her poems are featured in Carcanet’s New Poetries VII anthology.

‘Apple Quartet’ PN Review

‘Six Perspectives on Lilian Kjærulff’ And Other Poems

‘A&E’ The Spectator

‘When I Lose This Tooth, I’ll Age Twenty Years in Half an Hour’ Amaryllis

 

videos

Reading at the launch of DUSK at the Stephen Lawrence Gallery, Greenwich 21 June 2018

Dusk Launch Video Match Girl

Reading for Dodo Modern Poets at the King & Queen pub 23 March 2017

http://dodovidpoets.blogspot.co.uk/

Shortest Day Longest Night – Reading of ‘Daylight Saving Time’

Shortest Day Longest Night Tour – Lewisham Video

A Celebration of the Critical and Creative – a reading alongside Paul Muldoon, Paul Farley and Terry Eagleton in the Nuffield Theatre on 3 May.

reviews

Reviews of AND by Michael Mackmin; Joy by Sasha Dugdale and Fortune Cookie by Jenna Clake for Magma 71, The Film Issue

https://magmapoetry.com/archive/magma-71/articles/magma-71-reviews/

Review of Imagined Sons by Carrie Etter for Magma Poetry

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