Susan regularly performs her poetry at environmental and wildlife-focused events, festivals and conferences throughout the UK. She has twice been booked to appear at the Green Party’s Annual Conference and has performed, too, at Bristol Big Green Week alongisde John Hegley, at the ONCA Centre for Arts and Ecology, Ludlow Green Festival, Communicate, Uncivilisation and at many Friends of the Earth, Women’s Environmental Network, UN World Environment Day and WWF Earth Hour events. She also joined an international line-up of poets on stage at the Arnolfini in Bristol for Remember Saro-Wiwa, an event to commemorate the anniversary of the death of Nigerian environmental activist and writer, Ken Saro-Wiwa.
As a member of the Climate Change Speakers’ Network, Susan also offers readings from her poetry collections, along with a talk about climate change in the Arctic and sub-Arctic, to any community groups, businesses, colleges and schools who may be interested.
Please contact Susan if you would like to make a booking.
There is something magical about Susan, and her poetry. We have been lucky enough to host her at ONCA more than once, and it is rare to see a performer so courageous. Her poetry is beautiful and honest. She never fails to inspire – Laura Coleman, Director, ONCA Centre for Arts and Ecology
I was entertained, captivated, impressed…I love her work and the sparkling way she performs. What a talent – Maddy Harland, Editor, Permaculture Magazine
Thank you for your wonderful words…It was beautifully done and hit the perfect note for the evening. Everyone has expressed to me how much they enjoyed hearing your work and how affecting good art is – Julian Ruddock, Future Climate Dialogues, Aberystwyth University
An amazing performer – wonderfully inspiring… Susan is sharp, vibrant, dynamic, original – Leah Cohen, founder and organiser, Petersfield Write Angle
The poetry expanded our vision. It was an opening up of our imagination and deepened our understanding of issues around climate change – Shirley Abranches, Membership Officer, Women’s Environmental Network
Creative and visual representation of how important our global effort needs to be. Very inspiring! – Laureen Benton, London Groups and Health Officer, Women’s Environmental Network
The poetry performance was lively, thought-provoking and funny. It added an extra special dimension to our event – Kate Metcalf, London Groups Officer, Women’s Environmental Network