For information just reach out. Anne Enith Cooper is available for facilitation of workshops and courses and talks/ conversations about mental health, housing, homelessness, the new wave of working class writing in the U.K. and addressing the climate emergency as an artist. She also has experience of project management, event management and is available for commissions.
Anne is a member of; the National Association of Writers in Education, Poets for the Planet, and Malika’s Poetry Kitchen, the influential U.K. poetry collective, celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2021 with the Anthology Too Young, Too Loud, Too different in which she has the poem This is a Prayer featured. She regularly joins Poetry from the Grassroots, set up during the pandemic, on their open mike.
Her early work, which interrogated sexuality, desires, passion and love, was performed with Poets Know it, features on the Power CD, with backing from Alabama 3, and formed the basis of the pamphlet Touched. Another thread of her writing reflects a passionate commitment to peace and justice expressed in the antiwar poem essay 21st Century Guernica, described by the late Tony Benn as, “Powerful and intensely moving.” She is also published by Leaf books, The Loose Muse Anthologies and Proletarian Poetry.
She has performed widely including on picket lines and in a swimming pool, she participated in the Poem-A-Thon for refugees that raised over £20 000 for Médecins Sans Frontières, with The Persisters Holding the Line, at the 200 year celebration of the Match Girls strike and has appeared at Bookjam and at the Lambeth Readers and Writers Festival in X-Rated: Women Speakiing and as a special guest at an intercollegiate poetry slam at the Bowery Poetry Club NYC.
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