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Dawn Gorman

Dawn Gorman devises and runs arts and literary events, including the reading series Words & Ears in Bradford on Avon, with Arts Council support in 2015. As a poet she collaborates with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, who have written a symphony based on her poem Replenishment; her film poem of the same name appeared at Cannes Short Film Festival in 2015. In collaboration with ceramicist Liz Watts, she was poet-in-residence at the EDS Gallery in Edinburgh during the Fringe (2015, 2016) and is poet-in-residence at Greenhill Cottage Gallery in Southwick, Wiltshire. Her work is published in anthologies including The Book of Love and Loss (2014), Salt on the Wind (2016), and a centenary celebration of Bath’s Holburne Museum (2016), and in literary journals including The Interpreter’s House and Iota. Her pamphlet This Meeting of Tracks was published by Toadlily Press in 2013.

Awen publication:


Dawn has contributed six poems to Soul of the Earth: the Awen anthology of eco-spiritual poetry



Other publications:

This Meeting of Tracks

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