Miriam Darlington’s poems have appeared in journals and anthologies across the UK. She is an English teacher and lives in Devon where she also works as a freelance writer. She performs at open mic events, at festivals (recently at Glastonbury) in a duo called ‘The Honeytongues,’ and is a member of Moor Poets, a group of writers from Dartmoor.
Sample poem: In this Bowl
It’s that dangerous-red-feeling; that tonight why not make it hot? thing, and you reach for that squeaky red leather skin - that bright-red-slapper-red, like the red heels you dream of; red to topple over in…
From “On cooking with chilli peppers”