Richard Green

northern poet

About Richard Green

Richard Green is a Yorkshireman living in the South West of England; observational poet,spoken word performer, educator, humanist and lover of words.

Richard completed an English Studies BA at Sheffield Hallam University in 2006; where he was fortunate enough to have his first collection of Poetry critiqued by Sean O’Brien

Richard has been published in three editions of Northern Poets as well as a guest appearance in E-Sheaf, Sheffield Hallam University’s creative writing e-zine and, more recently ‘Sick Lit’ magazine;


2016-18 were busy years, Richard had already become a regular at several events in the South West and continued to establish himself.

Richard has made several appearances at’Stanza Extravaganza‘ in Torquay as well as ‘Rhymewarp’ in Plymouth and ‘Outspoken’ in Chagford. in 2016 he has also appeared at ‘Pucker Poets‘ and ‘The Word’ in Plymouth.

Richard was proud to have appeared at Glasdenbury Festival in July and also at Dartington Literary Festival on July 17th 2016 and hopes to return.

Richard was runner up in the 2019 Bard of Exeter Competition and has performed at the Exeter Phoenix Mental Health Awareness event, Bloom.

2019 looks like being a busy year as Richard is due to perform a one man show at Glasdenbury festival in July, as well as performing around Devon. He has recently headlined at Taking the Mic in Exeter.

In September, Richard will be performing some of his Norse poems at The Nine Worlds Gathering at Tutbury Castle in the Midlands.


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7 thoughts on “Richard Green

  1. Rich Green is an artist that relates from the grass roots of experience. A true northerner that tells it like it is. Catch him in his element.

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