Salena Godden

Salena Godden

Salena Godden has been described as 'The doyenne of the spoken word scene' (Ian McMillan, BBC Radio 3's The Verb); 'The Mae West madam of the salon' (The Sunday Times) and as 'everything the Daily Mail is terrified of' (Kerrang! Magazine).  
The 'Under the Pier' poetry pamphlet was published by Nasty Little Press in 2011. 'Fishing in The Aftermath / Poems 1994 - 2014' was published in July 2014 with Burning Eye Books. The eagerly awaited literary memoir 'Springfield Road' was successfully crowd funded and was published October 2014 with Unbound Books. Salena appears at literary events and festivals internationally and she is on BBC as a guest on various shows like 'The Verb', 'Fact to Fiction' 'The Click' and 'Loose Ends'. 
She works with award winning radio producer Rebecca Maxted, writing and presenting radio documentary's. This year they were together in Chicago making 'Try A Little Tenderness - The Lost Legacy of Little Miss Cornshucks' it was originally aired throughout May 2014 on BBC Radio 4 and then broadcast on the BBC World Service in September 2014, this programme is currently available as a podcast on itunes.

Recent Book
Fishing In The Aftermath