Northern Gravy LIVE at Home (8th December, 7:15pm) – Louise Fazackerley & JP Seabright




Northern Gravy ‘Live at Home’ presents the freshest new writing from the comfort of your armchair, bedroom or kitchen table.

About this event

Date: 8th December

Time: 19:15pm (Online)


Louise Fazackerley.

With work rooted in word-witchery and the working class, Louise explores the synergy between poetry, voice and movement in a way that makes the ugly beautiful and the mundane fantastical. Winner of BBC Radio 3 ‘New Voices’, European Slam Finalist and support artist for punk legend Dr. John Cooper Clark, Louise is a true, Northern powerhouse. Welcome to her world of darkly humorous poetry.

Previous poetry collections include The Lolitas and The Uniform Factory (Verve Poetry Press), Bird St. (The Secret Writers Club) and audio book, Council House Poetry (Nymphs & Thugs.) Louise has a degree in Theatre Studies and Creative Writing from Lancaster University and an MA in Creative Writing from Edge Hill University. She lectures and teaches creative writing in schools, prisons and universities. When she is not writing, Louise is loping around Wigan and wrangling two teenage daughters and two teenage cats.

JP Seabright (she/they)

A queer writer living in London. They have three pamphlets published: Fragments from Before the Fall: An Anthology of Post-Anthropocene Poetry by Beir Bua Press; the erotic memoir NO HOLDS BARRED by Lupercalia Press, and GenderFux, a collaborative poetry pamphlet, by Nine Pens Press.

MACHINATIONS, an experimental collaborative work exploring the life and work of Alan Turing is out late 2022 from Trickhouse Press, and the digital microchap Be∞Cause is available now from Ghost City Press. JP has published widely in the UK, Europe, US, Canada, and Middle East, with over 150 publications of poetry, prose, vispo, film poetry and other hybrid and experimental work. They also have work included in several anthologies, including: Queer Writing for a Brave New World from Out On The Page, Trickhouse Press 2022 Annual, Responses to Derek Jarman’s Blue by Pilot Press, and Re*Creation, A Queer Poetry Anthology.

JP is an Editor of Full House Literary Magazine, and has been nominated for both a Best of the Net and a Pushcart Prize. They are Poet in Residence at Barberette during their 10th anniversary year. More of their work can be found at and via Twitter @errormessage.

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