About

Welcome to the website for poet and photographer, Rose Cook. This site is designed to introduce you to her work. If you would like more infomation then please get in touch at: 

http://www.rosecook108@gmail.com

Rose Cook was born in West Yorkshire and now lives in Devon. She is a photographer and poet.

Rose performs her poetry regularly and co-founded and co-presented the popular Devon poetry and performance forum One Night Stanza and poetry performance group Dangerous Cardigans. Her work has been shared through poetry publications and performance. She is one of the Apples & Snakes poets and has performed and presented her work in numerous venues and at various festivals and poetry events in the UK, including the Soho Theatre in London, the Bristol Poetry Festival and the North Devon Festival. She has performed at the Ways With Words Festival, Dartington.

Her work has been published in various magazines and collections. In 2009, HappenStance published Rose’s collection Everyday Festival and Oversteps Books published her full collection Taking Flight. A new collection Notes from a Bright Field was published in July 2013 by Cultured Llama Publishing.

Rose has an MA in Writing and an MA & MFA in Photographic Arts. Her photographs have been shown in several group exhibitions in Devon and Cornwall:

Peninsula Arts, Plymouth

Scott Building, University of Plymouth

The Imagebank, Totnes

Greenhill Gallery, Moretonhampstead

The Photography Gallery, Falmouth University

 

During the last three decades, she has also worked as a teacher, oral historian, Person Centred Therapist and supervisor.

 

http://rosecook.tumblr.com

http://www.poems4peace.wordpress.com

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