Phoebe Power’s first full collection, Shrines of Upper Austria (Carcanet, 2018) is a Poetry Book Society Recommendation and was awarded the 2018 Forward Prize for Best First Collection. It is also shortlisted for the 2018 T.S. Eliot Prize.
Click to read a story from the new collection, published by The White Review in June 2017.
Phoebe’s pamphlet, Harp Duet (2016) was performed with electronic music in 2017.
Current projects and upcoming events
5th December 2018 – The Poetry Cafe, Covent Garden, London: reading with Hisham Bustani
13th December 2018 – Northern Poetry Showcase, York St. John University, with Caleb Klaces, Kit Fan and more.
13th January 2019 – T.S. Eliot prize readings, Royal Festival Hall, London.
Christl – collaborative video installation (with Debby Akam, Gary Power and Michael Hedges): poetry, video, sculpture and sound
Harp Duet live performance: poetry and electronic music
2nd August 2018, North by North East Poetry Tour, York Waterstones, ENEMIES Project: presenting new work with Dominic JP Nelson-Ashley. Click to watch the video
4th May 2018, New Poetries reading, All Souls College, Oxford, 6.30pm
1st May 2018, reading at Ingebord Bachmann Centre for Austrian Literature and Culture with Evelyn Schlag, London 6pm.
12th April 2018, European Poetry Festival, London: presenting new collaborative work with Daniela Chana
22 March 2018, York Literature Festival: launch of Shrines of Upper Austria by Phoebe Power and Blotter by Oli Hazzard, Bowland Auditorium, University of York.
9-17th September 2017, exhibition of Christl, Eden Arts, Penrith: collaborative video installation
27th February 2017, 7pm, Bowland Auditorium, York University: Harp Duet performance, with original electronic music by Michael Hedges; plus reading from Karl O’Hanlon