From Kelston Roundhill near Bristol, some very atmospheric low-fi video (the high quality version lost on someone’s computer after downloading). In collaboration with Bare Bones Collective and Kelston Records, Paul Deaton with Brunel’s Bridge for DUSK
BSL Interpretation Paul Mancini
The unpublished poems and stories from these events are in the forthcoming anthology Dusk.
Paul Deaton was runner-up in the 2010 Arvon International Poetry Prize judged by Carol Ann Duffy and winner of the SaveAs Writer’s Prize 2016. Regularly published in The Spectator, and magazines, e.g. PN Review, The London Magazine, The Dark Horse, and is included in York Notes GCSE study guides. His debut collection, A Watchful Astronomy (Seren) published October 2017, is a Poetry Book Society winter recommended read.
Paul’s poem for Dusk,Brunel’s Bridge at Dusk, will be read at Bristol, but as it is already published will not appear in the anthology.