Most of the links to websites featuring further work by Longbarrow poets, contributors and collaborators can be found in the ‘Links’ sidebar that runs down the right-hand column of this site. We’ve listed some of these site links below, alongside links to other sites that feature Longbarrow-related material.
Angelina Ayers’ website: http://angelinaayers.wordpress.com
Kelvin Corcoran’s poetry press: http://gratton-street-irregulars.co.uk
Mark Goodwin’s audio poems: http://soundcloud.com/kramawoodgin
Rob Hindle’s Lorca translations: http://soundcloud.com/rob-hindle
Karl Hurst (Andrew Hirst)’s photography: http://www.ipernity.com/home/karlhurst
Chris Jones’ website: www.chris-jones.org.uk
Alistair Noon’s MySpace page: www.myspace.com/alistairnoon
Peter Riley’s website: http://www.aprileye.co.uk
Leeds’ first broadcast literature festival, Writing on Air, was broadcast live from the Seacroft Methodist Chapel from 1pm to 10pm every day between Monday 13th and Friday 17th June 2011. You can hear Matthew Clegg discuss his work with the pupils of Austhorpe School here, courtesy of elfm (interspersed with readings from Clegg’s memoir of his East Leeds childhood). An interview with Brian Lewis of Longbarrow Press (conducted by Peter Spafford for elfm in September 2011 as part of the station’s Side Salad) appears here (the interview is eight minutes long and starts at around the 32 minute mark). You can also hear Chris Jones reading and discussing his poetry on elfm’s memory-themed Side Salad here (originally broadcast 6 November 2011). See also www.elfm.co.uk
Matthew Clegg’s ‘Watchers’ has been graphically reinterpreted by the designer Sari Ariola in the Turkish periodical That Magazine. Click to download the PDF of That Magazine (‘Watchers’ appears on page 58).
In 2007, Matthew Clegg (with musician Simon Heywood) and James Caruth appeared on Robin Vaughan-Williams’ ‘Spoken Word Antics’ radio show on Sheffield Live. Click here (and scroll down) to listen to Clegg and Heywood performing ‘Trig Points’, and to hear Caruth reading poems from his first collection, A Stone’s Throw.