Maskwork by Gregory Leadbetter


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Maskwork is a 2020 collection by poet and academic Gregory Leadbetter. Themes of folklore, ritual, theatre and nature combine in these vivid and resonant poems brought to life by the voices of our actors and with a commentary by Greg himself.
In Maskwork by Gregory Leadbetter you heard the following poems

Musician read by Charlie Richards
Doe read by Charlie Richards
Lapse read by Tiffany Clare
Engine Pool, Earlswood Lakes read by Lewie Watson
At English Bicknor read by Charlie Richards
Unconscious Minister read by Tiffany Clare
Tuisto read by Lewie Watson
Sky Burial read by Tiffany Clare
Sakadas at Delphi read by Tiffany Clare
Scenery read by Sally Walker Taylor

You heard a commentary and introductions to the poems by Gregory Leadbetter
Sound design, music and soundscapes were by Chris Gregory
Sound effects were from
And the presenter in this podcast is Marie-Claire Wood.
We would like to thank Jane Commane and Nine Arches Press for allowing us to recreate poems from Maskwork and Greg Leadbetter for his participation in the preparation and recording of this podcast.

To find out more about Nine Arches Press and to hear more poems by Greg Leadbetter and other Nine Arches Press poets please listen to our special podcast featuring the work of the press which we put out in season 3 episode 19

Find out more about Gregory Leadbetter here
And follow Greg on twitter here

Here’s a link to the Nine Arches Press website where you can find out more about the collection and buy a copy

We would like to draw our listener’s attention to the Future Places Environmental Essay and Poetry Prize, a UK wide prize for environmental literature. There is a top prize of £1500 for the writer of the winning essay and £800 for the winning poem. If Alt Stories listeners and contributors are interested in entering, you have until Midnight on 19th September to do so Find out more and enter here

You heard the voice of Karen Lloyd from the Lancaster University Future Places Centre. Visit Karen’s website here And follow her on twitter here

Book for our audio drama writing workshop with London Lit Lab here

Book for our free Read Fest event about broadcasting in the pandemic on September 11th

And our read Fest introduction to writing for audio drama workshop

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