First full-length poetry collection: ‘Else’, published by Shearsman Books, 2008.
Chapbook: ‘Distance a Sudden’, published by Longbarrow Press, 2009.
Full-length collection: ‘Back of A Vast’, published by Shearsman Books, 2010.
Full-length collection: ‘Shod’, published by Nine Arches Press, 2010.
Chapbook: ‘Layers of Un’, published by Shearsman Books, 2012.
Chapbook: ‘Clause in A Noise’, published by Knives Forks and Spoons Press, 2013.
Full-length collection: Steps, Longbarrow Press, 2014.
Chapbook, with Julia Thornley: Tones Fled All, Leafe Press’s Open House Editions, 2015.
Full-length collection: House At Out, Shearman Books, 2015.
‘Full of Star’s Dreaming’, Peter Redgrove 1932-2003, published by Stride Publications, 2003
‘Poetry, Prose and Playfulness for Teachers and Learners’, a creative writing anthology and workshop manual published by Leicestershire County Council, 2004.
‘Words & Things’, a creative writing workshop manual focusing on using museum objects and artworks in various educational settings, published by Leicestershire County Council, 2008.
The British Mountaineering Council’s rockclimbing guidebooks for The Roaches, for Burbage Edge, for Stanage Edge and for Froggatt Edge.
‘Troubles Swapped for Something Fresh, manifestos and unmanifestos’, edited by Rupert Loydell, published by Salt, 2009.
‘The Ground Aslant, Radical Landscape Poetry’ edited by Harriet Tarlo, published by Shearsman Books, 2011
‘Entanglements, New ecopoetry’, edited by David Knowles and Sharon Blackie, published by Two Ravens Press, 2012
‘The Thing About Objects’, an anthology of papers about material culture,
published by Routledge, 2011.
‘Llanberis Slate’, rock-climbing guidebook,
published by Ground Up, 2011.
‘The Tower of Babel’, edited by Rupert Loydell,
published by Like This Press, 2013.
‘The Footing’, edited by Brian Lewis,
published by Longbarrow Press, 2013.
Contributor to The Apple Anthology, edited by Yvonne Reddick & George Ttoouli, published by Nine Arches Press, 2013.
Contributor to Wherever You Roam, edited by Kate Garrett, published by Slim Volume by Pankhearst, 2015.
Poetry contributor to Gogarth South, rock-climbing guidebook, published by Ground Up, 2015.
Performances & Workshops
Since 1997 Mark has collaborated on many projects with a variety of organisations and people. For more information please send an email to email@example.com
Prizes & Awards
Awarded East Midlands Arts Writers’ Bursary 1996.
Received an Eric Gregory Award, 1998.
Awarded a Nottingham Trent University M.A. Bursary, 2000.
Wildlife Poet of The Year, 2003.
Winner of the first East Midlands Book Award 2010, for Shod, published by Nine Arches Press.
Awarded substantial Arts Council England Grant for the arts, to develop ‘sound-enhanced poetry’, 2013.
Category-shortlisted in the Banff Mountain Book Competition, 2015.