Liz Adams’ poems have been published widely, including Popshot Quarterly, Obsessed with Pipework, morphrog, The Frogmore Papers, Stand, Shearsman, Molly Bloom, and elsewhere. A book of poems, Green Dobermans, was published by London arts collective, Lazy Gramophone. She has worked in collaboration with musicians, writing a song that was performed at the Wigmore Hall. A sequence of poems inspired by abstract paintings was shortlisted in the Periplum Pamphlet Competition 2018. Her poem ‘writing you’ was longlisted for the Keats-Shelley Prize 2022. She is a graduate of the MA in Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia. Liz lives on Dartmoor with her husband, daughter, and cat. She is a full-time carer for her autistic daughter.
The Frogmore Papers
Ink, Sweat, & Tears
Poetry and Jazz (Chichester Festivities)
Green Dobermans (Lazy Gramophone Press, 2011)
Poems have appeared in the following collections:
Ghosts of Gone Birds (Bloomsbury, 2013)
Time (Lazy Gramophone, 2013)
Herbarium (Renscomble Press, 2011)
Short stories have appeared in:
Periplum Pamphlet Competition 2018, shortlisted
Keats-Shelley Prize 2022, longlisted
'Neon' was written as part of the Voiceworks project, and performed at the Wigmore Hall in May 2011.