Andrew Oldham is an international award winning writer and poet. His poetry has been heard on BBC Radio 4’s Poetry Please and has been read in Ambit, The London Magazine, North American Review and Poetry Salzburg. His first collection Ghosts of a Low Moon (Lapwing, Belfast 2010) was published to critical acclaim (One of the brightest and most memorable British poetic voices of today. – Vince Gotera, Editor, North American Review). His fourth chapbook, The Anchor will be published in 2014.
He narrated the poetic film Chalk Trace (Blanche Pictures/Channel 4). His short fiction has appeared in Unthology 5, Transmission, The Times Magazine and Next Stop Hope. Andrew was the runner up in the Dead Ink Flash Fiction Competition 2012 and is a past Jerwood-Arvon nominee for fiction. He is the owner of the e-Book publisher, Goggle, www.gogglepublishing.co.uk. He teaches Creative Writing in Higher Education. He is a lifestyle journalist for The Guardian blog, Sainsbury’s Magazine and Life on Pig Row and delivers workshops at festivals and venues across the UK.
Poetry, Scriptwriting, Journalism And Fiction