In the third episode of the 1st series, Daniel talks with award winning poet Ella Chappell (Moonrise) discusses her work, the power of algorithms, Jeff Vandermeer, and finally reads a poem that will make America great again.
Ella Chappell was born south of Manchester in 1990. She attained both the BA and MA degrees in creative writing at the University of East Anglia. Her poetry has been published in various online and print magazines including Elbow Room, The Lighthouse, Ink, Sweat & Tears and Belleville Park Pages. Her filmpoem, Rolling Frames, made in collaboration with a choreographer and filmmaker, won the Southbank Poetry Film Competition, Shot Through The Heart, and has since been screened at many film festivals internationally, winning multiple awards.
Most recent projects include a collaborative audio/poetry piece featured at the ‘Conditional Expressions’ art exhibition at the STCFTCOTS gallery in Leeds, and ‘Disruption’, a poem opened the RCA MA 2015 fashion show, following a year-long cross-medium collaboration with a womenswear student. Her first collection of poems, Moonrise, is out now from As Yet Untitled.
Tune in on Friday for Episode 4 of The Paperchain Podcast with David Hartley
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