With Zoe Skoulding I created the Cypriot poems of Gurkan Arnuvut written in Turkish for Twitters for a Lark: Poetry of the European Union of Imaginary Authors. You can read the little there is to know about Gurkan here. These collaborations were the first ones I wrote, at the suggestion of Zoe, as she explains here, when she was forced by my illness, to read the poems on her own in Manchester a few years ago. From then on it was a long sliding collaborative joy-ride.With Zoe, first; then all the others I'm listing here. All the collaborators are introduced at links available here.
Zoë Skoulding's recent publications include The Museum of Disappearing Sounds (Seren: 2013) and Teint (Hafan Books: 2016). She is Reader in Creative Writing at Bangor University and lives on Anglesey. She is anthologised in the anthology I co-edited with James Byrne (another EUOIA collaborator) and read recently at Edge Hill to launch it. See here.