In 2018, Holly is writing two new pamphlets – one for a woodland, one for a headland – with the National Trust.

Indifferent Cresses, is commissioned by Trust New Art with Tyntesfield National Trust as part of Women and Power, the National Trust’s national public programme for 2018, celebrating a century since partial women’s suffrage. Members of the Poetry Book Society can buy copies of Indifferent Cresses with a 25% discount.

Subsong was commissioned by National Trust Books with Falmouth University and is illustrated by Antonia Glücksman. Copies available from National Trust or from the author.








4 October 2018: Close Reading Night at Spike Island in partnership with the National Trust for National Poetry Day with Rachael Boast and Samantha Walton

5 October 2018: Landfill launch with Tim Dee, Richard Long, Mark Cocker, Paul Farley, Tessa Hadley, Jack Thacker and Greg Poole with Caught by the River and Little Toller at Centrespace Gallery, 6 Leonard Ln, Bristol BS1 1EA.

6 October 2018: South West Outdoors Festival, launch of Subsong (National Trust and Falmouth University)

21st October 2018: Liverpool Literary Festival, Poetry and Image with Bidisha and Holly Corfield Carr, chaired by Deryn Rees-Jones

12th November 2018: Falmouth Art Gallery, hosted by University of Exeter and Falmouth University. Tickets are free but booking advised.

19th November 2018: Caught by the River, The Social, London. Tickets are priced £10 (plus booking fee), and are available here.


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