Ros Hudis

Gladstone Library shortlisting

Ros was delighted to be shortlisted recently for a Gladstone Library residency. Every year, the UK’s only residential library, situated in Hawarden, hosts four authors as part of this highly competitive and prestigious award. Every applicant is required to have published a book within the last three years and is asked to write a short …

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Workshop, Ledbury Poetry Festival

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‘Alchemy – how to turn science into lyric’ is a two hour workshop led by Rosalind Hudis whose collection Restorations was published by Seren earlier this year. Poetry and Science are often seen as opposed. Yet there is a long history of poets who had, or have, a vocation in science, natural history or medicine (think Keats) and an equally …

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Restorations virtual launch 16 March 2021

Rosalind Hudis reads from her new collection ‘Restorations’ live on Zoom. Register for free: Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/141406315095 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/257435592418712 This event will take place via Zoom. You will be sent an email with a button linking to the event a few hours before the start time. Please register in advance to be sure you can access …

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The Manhattan Review

Ros is delighted to be among the contributors in the latest issue of The Manhattan Review.

Time and Rhyme

Over the course of the year, and particularly at the height of lockdown, I went walking along the same route every day. I’m a country dweller, so this was a route along narrow west Walian lanes shadowed by beech and sycamore but sometimes climbing to high pastureland with views towards the Cambrian mountains. After some …

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