Shauna Robertson

Shauna Robertson hails from the north-east of England and now lives in the south-west. Her poems for adults and children have been performed by actors, set to music, displayed on buses, made into comic art and widely published in anthologies and journals.

She has two poetry chapbooks, Blueprints for a Minefield (Fair Acre Press, 2016) and Love Bites (Dancing Girl Press, 2019). Her first poetry collection for children, Saturdays at the Imaginarium, is forthcoming with Troika in July 2020.

Shauna also makes poetry films, several of which have been screened at international film festivals. Her poem-pictures and other artwork have been published in several books and shown in a number of gallery exhibitions.

She particularly loves working with other writers, artists, musicians and film-makers to explore a variety of approaches to making and sharing poetry, and is a co-founder of Strange Cargo, a group of poets exploring collaborative and interactive approaches to performance.


Blueprints for a Minefield (Fair Acre Press, 2016)

Love Bites (Dancing Girl Press, 2019)

Saturdays at the Imaginarium, (Troika, July 2020)

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