Rowan Evans is a poet, composer and sound artist and studied at Cambridge and Bristol Universities. He received an Eric Gregory Award from the Society of Authors in 2015 and is the author of returnsongs (Wide Range Chapbooks, 2012), freak red (Projective Industries, 2015) and ODE RHIZOME MOUNTAIN SONG (Moot Press, 2016). Rowan composes and produces music for performance, theatre, film and other media and is artistic co-director of the interdisciplinary performance collaboration Fen. He co-edits Moot Press and co-curates the ANATHEMA reading series.


LATEST

Four poems published in Hotel issue 3. Read more //

Diisonance anthology of prote(x)st art is published by Hesterglock Press, plus film of performance Bank Street Arts, Sheffield. Read more //

Two poems published in the Cambridge Literary Review issue 10. Read more //

Poem published in Tears in the Fence issue 65. Read more //

ANATHEMA is a new reading series for experimental writing and performance in Bristol.  Read more //

'15:44', film collaboration with digital artist Maisie Newman is published in Datableed Zine issue BC. Watch here //

Recordings of performance collaboration with Paul Hawkins at the St John Sessions now available on a limited addition cassette. Listen here //

"The Unspeaking "Thing"': freak red is reviewed for 3:AM Magazine by Samuel Stolton. Read more