“Womb” in Dark Mountain (2020)
“Borders”, “The Lesser Bohemians” and “A Narrow Road” in Poetry Salzburg Review (2020)
“Womb” in Future Poems, Emma Press (2019)
“Debussy Writes Images” and “Nausea” in French Literary Review (2019)
“Medicine Wheel” in Acumen 92 (2018)
“The Unexpected Side-benefits of a Slow and Premature Death” in Best New British and Irish Poets (Eyewear 2018)
“Mid-afternoon” in Moor Poets IV (2018)
“Learning the Ropes” in Moor Poets IV (2018)
“St Davids” in The Broadsheet (2017)
I do a weekly show on Soundart Radio 102.5FM , combining spoken word with improv noise music. It goes out at 3pm every Friday.
The Don is the Subject and Object of History was longlisted in the National Poetry Competition 2020.
My pamphlet, The Bone Staircase was shortlisted in the Cinnamon Press pamphlet competition 2020.
Medicine Wheel was nominated for the Forward Prize 2019.
Highly commended in the Bradford on Avon Arts Festival Poetry Competition for my poem, “Debussy writes Images”.
Shortlisted for this year’s Bridport Prize with two poems, “The unintentional side-benefits of a slow and painful premature death” and “Lines written in intensive care in Croatia”.
“Kerry Priest, you were fantastic. Great soundscapes with your unusual instruments. Very moving words too. A sublime performance I thought you were great.” – Jason Disley, Promoter of the Speaky Blinders night, Paignton.
Headlining (with Susan Taylor) The Word Cafe at The Cott Inn, Dartington, Friday 26th October.
Stanza Extravaganza at the Artizan Gallery in Torquay, Monday 29th Jan 2018
The Word Cafe at The Cott Inn, Dartington, 24th November 2017
Stanza Extravaganza at the Artizan Cafe in Torquay, 23rd October 2017 (headline set)
Lecturer in English for Musicology at von Humboldt University Berlin (2012-13)
Lecturer in Cultural Studies at Eichstaett University, Bavaria (2011-12)
Lecturer in Intercultural Communications MA, University of Littoral Cote d’Opale, France (2010-11)
INVITED PAPERS READ
‘Wild Women of the High Moors: Eco-feminism among the witches of Dartmoor’ Dalai Lama Compassion Research Centre, Oxford (2017)
‘Transatlantic Conversations: Britain, America, and the Birth of Pop’ Skopje University, Macedonia (2016)
‘What is Britain?’ European Union Centre, Skopje, Macedonia (2016) hosted by the British Embassy, Republic of Macedonia
‘Modern to Post-modern, Punk to Post-Punk’ Queens’ College, Oxford (2013)
‘Avant Garde Electronic Music: Webs of significance’ The London College of Fashion (2006)
Edinburgh 2002, MA (Hons) Linguistics and Social Anthropology.
Founding Committee Member of the Oxford research institute: Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion