Forthcoming readings/events

17th September: Caught By The River - The Good Life Experience, Hawarden, Flintshire. Performance of 'The Glass Aisle', with Brian Briggs Click here for details.
Paul Henry on 'The Glass Aisle' here

18th September: Kenilworth Arts Festival, The Priory Theatre, 7.45pm. Performance of 'The Glass Aisle', with Brian Briggs. Tickets and details click here.

29th September: Curiosity Carnival, Oxford: Museum of Natural History. Performance of 'The Glass Aisle', with Brian Briggs. Click here for details.

2nd October: The Strings of Song: a celebration of the poetry of Vernon Watkins, Swansea: Taliesin, The Great Hall. Click here for details.

10th October: 'Walking on Legends' - Crickhowell Literary Festival: Mynydd Llangorse. Tickets and details click here.

14th October: Blenheim Palace Festival. Performance of 'The Glass Aisle', with Brian Briggs. Tickets and details click here.

News

2017 - Paul will be joined at literary and music festivals by Stornoway singer-songwriter Brian Briggs who has co-written songs from The Glass Aisle, a poem-in-progress set on the Monmouthshire to Brecon canal. See 'Songs' page for more.

'The Glass Aisle' is supported by an Arts Council of Wales 'Creative Wales Award'.

The Slate Sea - this eclectic book of poems and photographs, edited by Paul Henry and Zed Nelson, has been published by The Camden Trust.

Seren has reprinted The Brittle Sea: New & Selected Poems.
"The Brittle Sea spans a sleek twenty years. Gesturing equally backwards and forwards, it marks Henry's quiet rise as a major lyric poet while whetting the appetite for what is sure to be a very rich later career..."
- 'Poetry Review' (Dai George)

Henry's The Black Guitar, has been published for readers in India.
For an extract from an interview with Bageshree Subbanna of 'The Hindu', click here