Dusk: Video – Birmingham – Sometimes a Black Cloud

From the Goose in Seely Oak, Birmingham, Nigel Hutchinson‘s poem for DUSK, Some Times a Black Cloud. There were massive problems with the sound on the video so we had to re-record it. We’ve done our best, but live, people talk a lot faster!

BSL Interpretation by Emma Dunleavey-Dale

reading and re-recorded sound, Sam Arrowsmith

The unpublished poems and stories from these events are in the forthcoming anthology Dusk.

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Dusk: Video – Warkleigh – Some Times a Black Cloud

Katy Lee reads Some Times a Black Cloud by Nigel Hutchinson at Courage Copse, Warkleigh, Devon

BSL interpreted by David Wolfenden

This poem and all the other unpublished poems and stories are in the forthcoming anthology Dusk.

You can preorder the print version, and buy the ebook, now!

Dusk Poet: Nigel Hutchinson

Nigel Hutchinson studied Fine Art, before a career in teaching. His poetry is often prompted by paintings, films, or incidents that could be films.

His work has appeared in a number of magazines, for the Laurence Sterne Trust and in the Japanese newspaper, Yamanashi Hibi Shimbun.

His first collection ‘The Humble Family Interviews’ is published by Cinnamon Press.

Nigel’s poem for Dusk, Some Times a Black Cloud, will be performed at Birmingham and Warkleigh on 21st December.