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A Glass Half Full

A Glass Half Full

Lone Wolf

Lone Wolf

When Jack Sued Jill

Nursery Rhymes for Modern Times

Island of Dreams

Island of Dreams

Homeless in My Heart

Homeless in my Heart

Tales from the Woods

Tales from the Woods

Love, Of A Kind

Love, Of A Kind

Unpublished Poetry


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Newly Revised

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New Poems

Felix new poems

The People’s Playlist


Explore and email your favourite poem’s and be in with a chance of winning a signed book in our monthly draw.
This month’s winner was Don Atyeo

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To submit your own favorites, to next month’s draw, please submit a Playlist.

Poet’s Playlist


Scottish writer Christopher Rush lays the first foundation stone and picks his ten favourite poems by Felix for the inaugural Poet's Playlist. Christopher also wrote a book called 'New Words in Classic Guise' about Felix's Poetry. Exclusively and for the first time, you can now read this book online.

New Words in Classic Guise

Poetry playlist Generator

Listen to a random selection of Felix’s Poetry from his original books of verse. Simply set how long you wish to listen and enjoy!

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“A fantastic collection. Rich, sumptuous and beautifully threaded.”- Jon Snow,Channel 4 broadcaster
“I don't know which is better hearing him read them aloud or reading the book itself.”- Dotun Adebayo,BBC Radio London
“Coming out as a poet is not for the faint of heart. Poetry in the modern world is not for wimps.”- Felix Dennis,A Note On Poems
“In response to questions I'm often asked at poetry readings, I offer the following apologia. Readers may wish to bear in mind Christopher Morley's definition of poets as 'those with the courage to leave ajar the door to madness”- Felix Dennis,A Note On Poems
“I enjoyed A Glass Half Full more than I can possibly say. Brilliant!- Helen Gurley Brown,International Editor in Chief, Cosmopolitan