Thursday, December 23, 2004

Andrew Taylor Poetry

Poetry & Skin Cream
A limited chapbook of poems written in the past year, has been published by erbacce press. It has been distributed to friends of the press.

Andrew Taylor Poetry

Andrew Taylor Poetry
Cathedral Poems
Cathedral Poems is back on track. Paula Brown, of Paula Brown Publishing has informed me that Cathedral Poems is at the proof stage, after the earlier production difficulties. It will be published in early 2005.

Thursday, October 28, 2004

Andrew Taylor Poetry

Andrew Taylor Poetry
Cathedral Poems
The publication of Cathedral Poems has been delayed due to production difficulties. Further news when I have it.

Thursday, September 30, 2004

A great blog!

Do visit Ian Jackson's fantastic Liverpool Biennial 2004 blog, the next best thing to being there!

Visit these great sites for further information about the Biennial.

Poetry Readings/ Cathedral Poems

Andrew Taylor is appearing at a number of events in the run-up to the launch of his forthcoming book, Cathedral Poems.
He appears reading from the book at:
Hope University College, Childwall Campus, Liverpool, Thursday 7th October
Edge Hill College, Ormskirk, Thursday 21st October
Edge Hill College, Ormskirk, Thursday 28th October (with Allen Fisher, Robert Sheppard and Cliff Yates

Cathedral Poems is due to be published by Paula Brown Publishing on November 1st.
More details to follow.

Friday, August 20, 2004

erbacce #1

erbacce #1 is out. Visit for further details. Subcriptions most welcome.

Reading at the Hornby Rooms, Central Library Liverpool

Last night was the second in the series of readings organised by Neon Highway at Central Library. It took place in the magnificent surroundings of the Hornby Rooms, featuring the poets: Bill Griffiths, Robert Sheppard, Andrew Taylor, Angela Keaton, Scott Thurston, Cliff Yates, Eleanor Rees, Bruno D'Arcy, Alice Lenkiewicz and Adam Fish.
Poems read by Andrew Taylor:
Dee Side
Ready For Deva
Out of Harm's Way
Cat I
Cathedral VII

Monday, August 16, 2004

Caught In The Net

Jim Bennett has emailed to say that two of my poems, The Flight Was A Little Turbulent and Untitled have been selected for the online journal/ezine, Caught In The Net.


erbacce issue one is currently at the printers. Issue two will be forthcoming in November.

Neon Highway Poetry Event in Liverpool

There is a reading, promoted by Neon Highway magazine at Liverpool's Central library in William Brown Street on Thursday 19th August. The featured poet is Bill Griffiths. Other poets reading include: Andrew Taylor, Robert Sheppard, Scott Thurston and Angela Keaton. Further information at

Thursday, August 12, 2004


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Thank you.