Polly Stretton is a poet and author, well known on the Worcester literary scene and the Chair of the Open University Poetry Society. She has performed her poetry at spoken word events such as Worcester SpeakEasy, 42Worcester, Dear Listener, and at The Poetry Place in Covent Garden. Her writing has been published in many anthologies. Polly released the first edition of Girl’s Got Rhythm in 2012 and Chatterton in 2014 and has been busy collating the WWI anthologies between 2016-2018 as part of the hundred year commemorations. Polly says, ‘It’s been a privilege to work with some fine writers and poets, and with the Big Ideas Company, on these projects. I’m delighted to see they’re now available at a nominal price as eBooks.’
Her new collection Growing Places is due to be published soon.
The latest edition of Polly’s first collection ‘Girl’s Got Rhythm’ is available direct from Black Pear Press.
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Chatterton was printed in a limited edition of 50 copies signed by the author, which soon sold out.
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