A.F. Harrold (poet)

Review: A.F.Harrold’s The Point of Inconvenience reviewed in South 48

The Point of Inconvenience maps the decline and death of Ashley Harrold’s late mother. There is pathos and dignity in his writing. The poems are deeply felt, often lyrical, but there is also whimsy and particularly humour to be found … Continue reading

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Review: AF Harrold’s Point of Inconvinience reviewed in The North

This extract is from a review, by Wendy Klein, of A.F. Harrold‘s collection The Point of Inconvenience which appears in ‘The North’. ‘Poignant, honest, and reflective, A.F. Harrold’s memoriam to his mother avoids Onegin’s inherent callousness. In shudderingly accurate poetry, … Continue reading

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Review: At Poor Rude Lines a review of A.F. Harrold’s The Point of Inconvenience

John Field, has posted a review of A.F. Harrold’s new poetry collection, The Point of Inconvenience on his blog, Poor Rude Lines. He makes comparison to the poetry of Larking and writes: The Point of Inconvenience, A. F. Harrold’s collection … Continue reading

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The Point of Inconvenience front coverThe Point of Inconvenience by A.F. Harrold (poet) Sally Castle (artist, letterer)


Saturday, 9 June, 2012 at 6:30pm: AF Harrold launches Fizzlebert…a novel for children

A special event for you and your children at Waterstones in Broad Street, Reading (UK): The launch of Fizzlebert Stump – The Boy Who Ran Away From The Circus (And Joined The Library), a novel for children being published by … Continue reading

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FloodfrontcoverFlood by A.F. Harrold (poet) Pip Hall (artist, letterer)


hedgehogcoverlargePostcards From The Hedgehog by A.F. Harrold (poet)


logicLogic and the Heart by A.F. Harrold (poet) Pip Hall (artist, letterer)


For more information on A.F. Harrold, his works and his performances please visit his website.

Or follow his thoughts and activities on his weeklyish blog type endeavour.

Or follow his irregular utterances and retweets on Twitter.