Roselle Angwin is a Westcountry poet, author and workshop facilitator whose programme of courses under Fire in the Head and the more recent The Wild Ways have been popular for 27 years now. As a poet, she has undertaken many residencies, and has been the recipient of Arts Council England support. Her poetry and prose is widely published and has won several awards and prizes.
Roselle frequently collaborates with artists, musicians, dancers and sculptors, often on the land. Her poetry has been displayed on buses and cathedral websites, has appeared in numerous anthologies, been etched into glass, hung from trees, printed on T-shirts, carved into or painted onto stone, metal and wood, become pennants behind bicycles, painted, sung, composed to, choreographed, recorded, broadcast, danced, performed – and eaten by sheep.
Roselle’s poem for Dusk, The Standstill, will be performed at Redruth on 21st December 2017