Elisabeth has read at Waterstones (where she launched her debut collection), The Poetry Bookshop in Bloomsbury, Manchester Royal Exchange, Fenspeak, SaveAs Writers, Maastricht Writers, the Portico Library in Manchester, the Manchester Gallery, CB1, the Belgium Creative Writing Seminar, and Private Members’ Club 12a in Cambridge, among others.

In 2017, Elisabeth appeared (or will appear) at Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre with Carol Ann Duffy & Friends, Keats House, Cafe Writers, Vout-O-Reenee’s Private Members’ Club, the Freeword Centre, the Cheltenham Poetry Festival and the King’s Lynn Poetry Festival (to name a few).

Follow Elisabeth on Twitter @LizSennitt for information about forthcoming events and readings.

To all the amazing editors and producers who have supported my work in the last few years, a huge thank you. @ToastPoetry @MagazineOwp @TearsInTheFence @ButchersDogMag @LighthouseJrnl @InkSweatTears @poetrybusiness @poetryschool @scoresjournal @TPPZine @LossLit @TentacularMag

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Sometimes writing is a bit like mopping the kitchen floor, at the end it's no cleaner, you've just moved the dirt about.

Get your applications to @Poetry_London for their mentoring scheme this year with Vahni Capildeo, Mimi Khalvati & @hollawaynesmith Deadline is 31st July #poetry #mentoring

I truly believe women have been sold some absolute rubbish about ageing. It's a time of play & re-invention when you stop worrying so much about how things look to others & focus on how it feels. A return to childhood. Ageing IS a feminist issue.

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