Adrian Slatcher writes poetry, fiction and criticism, and lives in Manchester.
“Playing Solitaire for Money” is a collection of lyric poems, which are contemporary in form and subject. It’s roughly split into three types of poems. The first third are poems … Continue reading →
I’m reading with Claire Trevien, Lee Smith and JT Welsch at the Compass, nr. Angel, Islington, London on Monday 14th November. It’s free and should be a great evening – … Continue reading →
JT Welsch and Adrian Slatcher will be reading from their new Salt Modern Voices Collections “Orchids” and “Playing Solitaire for Money” respectively at the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, Cambridge Street, … Continue reading →
One of the most recent poems in my collection “Playing Solitaire for Money” is called “Late Love.” It’s the poem that you see if you check my profile on Salt’s … Continue reading →
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