In 2018 I was part of a practice-based research project led by writer and academic Professor Graham Mort from Lancaster University, UK at UWC. This is the link to my prose poem published on the site (also listen to the performance poem we created as a group): Taking Liberties – Kerry Hammerton.
My poetry is part of the Badilisha Poetry Exchange. Be sure to click the podcast to hear me read “Planting Olive Trees”.
This is a link to my Sound Cloud page where you can hear me read poems as well as the launch interview for The Weather Report with Finuala Dowling: Sound Cloud
I was part of a writing group that met once a month in Cape Town – some of my poems from this writing group can be found here: Pleached Poetry
A number of poems are published in the on-line magazine ITCH. This is my author page: Kerry Hammerton
Some poems have been published on-line by Aerodrome and can be found here: Friday Weather, Elegy for Love, A Chant Against Love, You Again, and two poems My Father’s Watch and Ambush; plus We walked anyway and Journey of Tongues
I won a Short Story Day Africa’s writer’s prompt with a piece of flash-fiction. Here is a link to the piece as well as a short interview with me: ‘A woman disappears everyday’.
During my MA in Creative Writing at Rhodes (Grahamstown, South Africa) my poetry was featured in the student publication Tyhini. Here is a link to the Cape Town 2015 launch with some poems: Book Lounge Tyhini Launch 2015
I was privileged to read at the Modjaji 8th Birthday Party in 2015. Here is a link to an article where a poem is featured: Popping Corks…
The manifesto edition of New Contrast (with my poem ‘Penelope’) was reviewed in Litnet
Mselxia is a UK magazine for women writers – I was a guest blogger from April – June 2012. Unfortunately the blog posts are no longer available to a wider audience.