Lytisha Tunbridge is a poet, writer, curator and workshop facilitator.

She runs Poetry Aloud, a curated platform for spoken word and music. Poetry Aloud stages have been seen at Green Fest, Exile Music Festival and Nottingham Poetry Festival.

Lytisha has read alongside Rory Waterman, Sarah Jackson, Attila The Stockbroker, Trevor Wright, Ash Dickinson, Eagle Spits, John Hegley, and Andrew Taylor amongst others.

Workshops have been devised and delivered for: City Arts Ipad EngAge, Reading for Dementia, MEITS (Multilingualism: Empowering Individuals, Transforming Societies), The Partnership Council, The Fed, World Jam, and various schools and community events.

Lytisha’s poems have appeared in: Just Cuckoos – a play by Cathy Grindrod, Black Balloon, Monster Anthology, and Visual Verse. Lytisha is also a regular contributor to diy poets magazine.

If you would like to book Lytisha Poet or engage the services of Poetry Aloud please contact us via the contact form or by email on info(at)lytishapoet.co.uk.

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Every Last Biscuit

Every Last Biscuit by Lytisha Tunbridge

Every Last Biscuit - Lytisha’s 2017 pamphlet published by Green Feather Books, is a collection reflecting on the loss of her brother and mother.

"These are hearty, meaningful poems, full of wide-eyed wonder, and more quirky optimism than sadness."
Rory Waterman

"An exaltation of urgent joys, gently softened with tears."
Paul Carbuncle

"These poems often focus on the small quiet moments, as those are often the times when grief is felt most keenly."
Leanne Moden

"PS hope you won’t mind me saying, these are wonderful poems, ‘small things’ really got me."
Keith @ Russell Press

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Located in Nottingham, Lytisha is available to travel to venues further afield.

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