Flo Reynolds’ work spans text, tissue, image and event.
Based in Norwich, UK, I’m a poet, essayist, literature programmer, artist, and gardener. My poetry has appeared in The White Review, Magma, The Interpreter’s House, Datableed, various anthologies, and more. My first book of poems is forthcoming in 2021. I also write creative non-fiction, including newsletter essays about my adventures in reading. I curate various creative projects, ranging from community reading projects, event production, and collaborating with other creatives to produce new work.
I work also in programming and producing literature events, festivals, workshops and other programmes. I’ve set up a free bursary scheme for the workshop programme that I manage, as well as a new quarterly NCW Book Group (also free – first event here). I contribute to the NCW podcast and blog with occasional author interviews and features. I chair a quarterly meeting of Norwich’s literary programmers and producers. I am a Clore Emerging Leader (2019, EL12) and a What Next? Culture regional ambassador for the Risks, Rights & Reputations programme (2018). I have a BA in English Literature from the Universtiy of East Anglia (2014). To find out more about my career to date, you can find me on LinkedIn.
All images on this site are Copyright (C) Flo Reynolds, 2019, unless otherwise stated.