Caleb Parkin

Caleb Parkin is a poet, performer, artist, facilitator, educator and film-maker, based in Bristol. His career has encompassed media production, education, the arts, and their therapeutic/well-being applications. These days, he works with schools, museums, science centres, universities, and more, on creative writing, well-being & other interdisciplinary projects.

His work has appeared in a range of publications in print and online – he was second prize-winner in the National Poetry Competition 2016, shortlisted in The Rialto Open Pamphlet Competition 2016, and commended in the Ware Open Poetry Competition 2016.​ He’s studying for an MSc in Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes with Metanoia Institute, holds professional membership of the National Association of Writers in Education, and is a Fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (FRSA).

You can read more about his projects here: https://couldbethemoon.co.uk and here http://www.word-rocket.co.uk

Photo credit: Ailsa Li Chern Feneron