Carol Watts lives in London, where she directs the Contemporary Poetics Research Centre at Birkbeck College. Her poetry includes the collections Sundog (Veer Books, 2013) Occasionals (Reality Street Editions, 2011) and Wrack (Reality Street Editions, 2007). Her site-specific sequence Zeta Landscape is anthologised in the collection of radical landscape poetry, The Ground Aslant.
Medium: A3 prints with handwriting, estuary mud on paper.
Flete (2014) began with mud and silt from the lowest tide of the year at Warfleet, Dartmouth; like Wrack and the chapbook brass, running (Equipage, 2006) it draws on Devon archives and coastal materials.