The Pavement PoemCatcher wanders the streets of festivals and events begging for fresh poems to be written “on the fly”. Nearly every poem that is donated gets published, creating books with poetic snapshots that capture the public experience and delight the reader.
He has done this since sitting down on a pavement in march 2010 to beg for poems for the people of Haiti.
By spontaneously asking “ DONATE A POEMS” he inspires brilliance, encourages ‘raw’ creativity, and fundraises for charity
A creepy collection of haunted poems gathered in Auld Reekie (Edinburgh) over the festival weekend of Halloween and the pagan Samhuinn parade. (Celtic New Year) With poems written by ghouls and ghosts – you’ll find this anthology slightly devilish, a tad mythical and honoring of the infamous Jack ‘O Lantern.
A % of turnover supports SOSChildren's Villages work in Haiti