Gill McEvoy moved from Chester to Devon in 2017. Three pamphlets from Happenstance Press:
“Uncertain Days”; 2006, “A Sampler”, 2008; and “The First Telling” 2014
which won the 2015 Michael Marks Award.Two collections from Cinnamon Press: “The Plucking Shed”, 2010 and “Rise”, 2013.
She is a Hawthornden Fellow, has appeared on Sky Arts TV speaking about free verse as opposed to formal verse; was Artistic Director twice for “Chester Oyez!” the spoken word section of Chester Literature Festival, and is now a member of Company of Poets in Devon.