Susan Taylor farmed in Lincolnshire until she was 30 and now lives with her husband, the poet Simon Williams, on the southern edge of Dartmoor. Her writing draws its moods from the natural world – its shifting patterns and constant energy.
Susan holds a Masters Degree in Creative Writing from Bath Spa University. She runs regular poetry workshops in Totnes, and received a Tarka Country Millennium Award for her collaborative performance project, Reclaiming the Myths of Dartmoor.
Personal website: www.susantaylor.co.uk
The Suspension of the Moon (2009)
A Small Wave for Your Form (2012)
Temporal Bones (2016)
Simon Williams and Susan Taylor are launching a new poetry publication next month, called ‘Broadsheet’. The first issue will include poets reading at the Exeter Poetry Festival and poets from Devon and Cornwall. The Oversteps poets represented in this first issue are: Jennie Osborne, Rebecca Gethin and Alwyn Marriage.