Monday 27 August 2018

A Story with a Secret

On Sunday the 26th of August, in the roar of the rain, I launched my new pamphlet Full Moon on Fish Street in the gallery at the Radnorshire Arts and Crafts Foundation.  It was a wonderful morning and a packed house!  I was thrilled when fellow poet Emma van Woerkom agreed to come and read along with me, and enjoyed every minute of her wonderful reading.

Full Moon on Fish Street is a chapbook of poems and prose that tell a story.  Put simply, it's a story about an artist and her muse.  But things are never that simple, are they?

The thing I love most about Full Moon on Fish Street is that it's a story with a secret.  I don't think the secret will be obvious on the first reading, but it is there, like a flash of silver hiding between pebbles on a beach.

If you'd like to purchase a copy, head over here to my publications page Full Moon on Fish Street is printed on recycled paper, and each one of the 100 copies printed has been signed and numbered by me.


  1. This is a wonderful pamphlet Rhiannon, visually stunning and it's contents a pure joy - the images in poem 3 are still tumbling around in my head. I am sure your 100 copies are disappearing rapidly! It was also an absolute delight to read with you and what an attentive audience we had who thronged to the venue despite the heavy rain. As book launches go, this was a marvelous event which I thoroughly enjoyed.

    1. Thanks so much Emma! It really was a lovely event wasn't it, and supported so well. I was so thrilled to read with you and get a chance to listen to your wonderful poems, I thought we made a rather excellent team of ladies who launch. The stack of copies is indeed going down pretty quickly - v gratifying! Thank you again for helping to make the event what it was!