NEW INTERVIEW: Fourth Floor: Level A Poetry Series

Level A Fourth Floor Poetry Series: Cynthia Rodríguez Juárez.

Here’s a very deep interview I had with Bertie Gmaj from Fourth Floor, a London-based arts and culture platform. I also do a reading of my poem “Role Model Citizen” from my collection Meanwhile (Burning Eye Books, 2020). Go there, read and listen. Continue reading NEW INTERVIEW: Fourth Floor: Level A Poetry Series

NEW GIG: Find the Right Words Poetry Podcast

Cynthia, a mid-fat light brown person with curly brown hair and black-rim glasses, stands on a stage behind a microphone stand holding an open notebook in her hands. She wears a green polka dot dress, a red and gold flowery scarf, a bracelet and a red cardigan. Some blue fairy lights and the letters "FTRW" can be seen on the background.

While measures continue to control the spread of COVID-19, Find the Right Words has continued its majestic labour of sharing poetry love in Leicester (and now beyond!) as a poetry podcast. I coheadlined the September issue with Emily Harrison (I can’t sleep ’cause my bed’s on fire). It all feels very homecoming. Continue reading NEW GIG: Find the Right Words Poetry Podcast

Leicester Poetry from home

One of the things I miss from the outside world is spoken word open mic nights. Fortunately, some of my fave nights in Leicester have found a way for us to keep talking, keep listening and keep connecting from quarantine Continue reading Leicester Poetry from home

Fernandez and Wheeler – Upstairs at The Western

The past month was a month of losses and disappointment. This month, I am trying to regain my strength, sense of self and trust in other people. Therefore, I am spending it with those who believe, listen, communicate and fight Continue reading Fernandez and Wheeler – Upstairs at The Western

Returns

Coming back to this blog after many many months of neglecting this lovely space. I might just copy/paste Facebook rants and reflections in case they get Zucc’d. Things in my life have changed a lot. I found out I was Continue reading Returns