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Jo Flynn

Writer // Poet // Facilitator // Exploratory Visual Artist

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Jo has just been awarded a Northern Writers’ Award for her current work in progress and awarded funding from Arts Council England.

After winning the Roy Fisher Prize for poetry, Jo’s debut pamphlet Swallowing Sand was published.

She’s since been featured at the National Poetry Library in London and shortlisted for the Jane Martin Poetry Prize as well as invited to read internationally.


P u b l i c a t i o n s

'Eggshell and Husks' and 'Nightcrawler', Commonword, How Green Is Our City?, 2024

'Bar Fight Conjecture', The Selkie, 2024

'Our Bodies Remember', Tiny Wren Lit, The Half-Life of Echoes, 2023

Butcher's Dog Magazine, 2023


'Under A Low Harvest Moon' and 'Goyt Valley Haibun', Sunday Mornings at the River, Mother Nature Burns, 2023

'Excavate', Myth and Lore, Issue 2: Fungus Among Us, 2022

 'Looking Glass', Boring Little Girls Club, 2021

'Ginger Harvested in the Spring will be Tender', The Signal House Edition, 2021

'The Dunnock', Mookychick, The Medusa Project2020

'Earth Star' and 'Red Drumhead', Victoria Baths, Wild-on-Medlock, 2020

'Irreverence', Words to Remember2020

The Emma Press, 2019


'Waking', Dear Damsels2019

National Poetry Library London, 2018


Swallowing Sand, Winner of the Roy Fisher Prize for Poetry, 2015

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