D O M I N I C W E S T O N produces wildlife television programmes, runs over Somerset hills and writes poetry.
His poems can be about family, or the natural world, or both, and often undercut by a slight slick of darkness.
He has been published widely online and in print in Agenda, Magma Poetry, The North, Under The Radar and Black Bough Poetry among others and the Hastings Lit Fest awarded him first prize for his poem ‘Ghost of a Flea’.
Form and pattern often dictate the course of his work on the page, but he has also dabbled in the murky world of Poetry Film, creating a claustrophobic reflection on wild swimming and unbelonging called ‘Bound and Gagged’.
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