/// Intense and chilling | The Guardian
/// Fantastic! | BBC
/// Poetry of strength and impact | La Stampa (Italy)
/// Sophisticated urban narratives | NME
Jan Noble is a London based writer and poet. He has taught creative writing in prisons, schools and psychiatric wards. His work has been set to music, recorded by producer Craig Leon at Abbey Road studios and broadcast on Channel 4 and BBC Radio.
A film of his poetic monologue ‘My Name is Swan’ (performed at every ‘Swan’ pub in London) premiered at the Curzon, Aldgate as part of the East End Film Festival. His latest epic poem, Reynard, was recently launched at the Stoke Newington Literary Festival.