John G.Hall

is creating Poetry




Currently I am struggling to meet my housing costs and heat & lighting costs, and am relying on Food Bank supplies. I am facing eviction on a regular basis. At this stressful time for everyone this has added to my clinical depression and anxiety issues. I am attempting to help myself by creating a new arts & poetry online magazine. I am also trying to write my writers biography, I am 61 years of age and my book would run from 1959 to 2020, a momentous time, as a political activist in the 1980's and active cultural worker through the 1990's and a full time carer for two invalid parents. However living on Universal credit means i cannot concentrate on my creative writing or utilize my degree which i studied as a mature student, graduating last year. Unfortunately i have no family to give a helping hand. I would appreciate any financial help you can offer.

Biography:John G.Hall was founding editor of radical arts magazine Citizen32 & was political activist in the 1980's.Published in 'Emergency Verse' and 'The Robin Hood Book' edited by Alan Morrison. Also in volumes 1,2 and 3 of 'Best of Manchester Poets' published by Puppywolf. His collection 'Poems for Explosion' is published by Crisis Chronicles Press Cleveland Ohio.

His latest book 'Making the Dark Visible' is published by Some Roast Poets publications, Manchester UK. He Currently runs the Manchester Beat poetry night 'Beatification'. For the past 10 years he has organised a writers retreat on the Island of Arran, Scotland.
He has a degree in English Literature & Creative Writing from the University of Salford.

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