Alyson Hallett is a prize-winning poet based in a village near Bath. Her latest poetry book is Covid/Corvid (Broken Sleep Books), and was co-authored with Penelope Shuttle. Known as the stone poet, Alyson has collaborated with sculptors and letters carvers, has poetry carved into Bath city pavement, companion stones in the Peak District and granite boulders in Cornwall. She has been curating her international poetry and public art project, The Migration Habits of Stones, for two decades.
Alyson has a poem in Menopause: The Anthology