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.

My poem ‘A Letter’ is one of the featured poems on the @TheFenlandReed website, which is lovely of them! And thank you to Rebecca Goss @gosspoems whose sad, amazing collection caused it to be written.

Check your inbox tonight, your official event photos are on the way! 📸 #YorkshireMarathon #Yorkshire10Mile

Arvon is 50 this year. Writers including @hannahlowepoet @ProfDavidMorley & @rrobinson72 have marked this by sharing their finest @arvonfoundation memories for a book & blog #Arvon50

There's just over a month to send your best, shiniest, funniest, cleverest, silliest, grandest, award worthy poems to #CafeWritersComp judged by the legend #DaljitNagra

£1000 for first prize
£300 for second prize
£200 for third prize

#competitions #poetry #writing

@TheFenlandReed @Woodbeepoet @SMnatzaganian @LewisBuxton93 Wonderful!

@TheFenlandReed @Woodbeepoet @SMnatzaganian @LewisBuxton93 Wonderful! I usually have a quick flick through journals and put them aside for 'later' but this has a superb selection of thoughtful, crafted poems and I found myself drawn in to read more and more.

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