Rose Condo is a Canadian poet and educator based in Prestwich, England. She performs her work nationally and internationally, was longlisted for the inaugural Jerwood Compton Poetry Fellowship, has won numerous poetry slams, and performed at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Her poetry show, The Geography of Me, won the 2021 Buxton Fringe Spoken Word Award, whilst The Empathy Experiment received critical acclaim at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe and won Best Spoken Word Show at the 2019 Gtr Manchester Fringe. How to Starve an Artist was Best Spoken Word Show runner-up in the 2017 Saboteur Awards. Rose was a contributing writer to the groundbreaking anthology Spoken Word in the UK (eds. Lucy English & Jack McGowan, Routledge, 2021).
Rose Condo: How to Find Where You Belong book launch
Rose's latest collection, published on the twentieth anniversary of her move to the UK from Canada.
Published October 2023.
Rose Condo: After the Storm book launch
After the Storm is the debut collection by Canadian poet Rose Condo, now based in Salford, UK. It contains the scripts of her three acclaimed and award-winning poetry-theatre shows, The Geography Of Me, How To Starve An Artist and The Empathy Experiment.
Published by Flapjack Press, November 2020.