Click here to hear Nigel read his poem, Breakout, that was also selected for Southwark Libraries #PoeticMapOfReading project.
Click here to hear Nigel reading his poem Full Chat that was selected for Southwark Libraries #PoeticMapOfReading project.
Click here to watch Nigel read his poem, Last Christmas, shortlisted for the 2022 Brian Dempsey Memorial Competition.
Click here to read Nigel’s guest feature on Patricia M. Osborne’s blog in which he discusses his new collection, Unmuted.
Click here to hear Nigel perform a ten minute set from his new collection, Unmuted from the November 3rd, Crafty Crows Zoom event.
Click here to hear Nigel read poems written during Lockdown for Sabotage Spotlight.
Click here to hear Nigel’s poem City of Cut Flowers written in collaboration with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra for World Poetry Day and for Cultural Central’s Digital Festival ‘Spring Calling‘.
For further details of the background to this project and for details of the other poets appearing click here.
Click here to read Sue Wallace-Shaddad’s review of Nigel’s Psychopathogen.
Nigel’s ‘Psychopathogen‘ makes the Poetry Book Society’s Winter List, 2020
To hear Nigel read two festive poems, The Blind Magi and White (lie) Christmas from the Christmas edition of Eat the Storms Poetry Podcast click here.
Glyn Young names ‘Saudade‘ as one of the books ‘I’m not recommending for Christmas‘: i.e. ‘the best books I read this year‘ but try not to press on people as to what they should read.
To read Nigel’s interview with fellow Hedgehog Poetry Press Poet, Tricia Osborne click here.
Click here to read The Poets Directory spotlight on Nigel.
To hear Nigel read three poems from his collections ‘Saudade‘ and ‘Psychopathogen‘ in Damien B. Donnelly’s Podcast ‘Eat the Storms‘ Episode 4 click here.
Nigel was one of iambapoet.com‘s Wave One poets. Click here to hear him read three of his poems.
Read Suz Winspear’s interview with Nigel for Slap Magazine. Suz is a former Worcestershire Poet Laureate. Click here.
To hear Nigel’s poem Ecce homo qui est farba commissioned by Women Aloud NI click here.
To read Nigel’s poem As good as his words published on The Blue Nib magazine website click here.