Nancy’s poems have been widely published and anthologised, and broadcast on BBC R3 and R4. Her first poetry collection, Disko Bay, is published by Enitharmon Press. Carol Ann Duffy writes ‘Disko Bay is a beautiful debut from a deft, dangerous and dazzling new poet writing from the furthest reaches of both history and climate change.’

Some recent publications are listed below.

The Polar Tombola: A Book of Banished Words
Bird Editions, 2017
A catalogue of the live literature event The Polar Tombola, conceived by Nancy Campbell, with contributions from Vahni Capildeo, Will Eaves, Richard Price, and other writers and artists. Available as print or eBook here.

The Wood In Winter
Candlestick Press, 2016
This seasonal pamphlet includes ‘Seven Words for Winter’ alongside an essay by John Lewis-Stempel and poem by Jackie Kay. Available here.

Anthology of the Sea: poems for a voyage out
The Emma Press, 2016
‘William Scoresby Dreams of his Wife Mary Eliza…’ is included in an anthology edited by Eve Lacey, available here.

Forward Arts Foundation, 2016
Commissioned for National Poetry Day 2016, ‘Satellite’ considers the messages Antarctic researchers send home. Watch and listen here.

Oqqersuut/The Message
Financial Times, 2015
From the 11 December edition, available online here. Or watch the film here .

Disko Bay
Enitharmon Press, 2015
Nancy’s debut poetry collection. Available here.

Proverbs of Water
Dark Mountain Journal, 2014
A poem written during a residency at Doverodde Book Arts Center in Denmark. Available here

The Hunter’s Wife becomes the Sun
Candlestick Press, 2014
‘The Hunter’s Wife becomes the Sun’ appears in The Twelve Poems of Christmas (Volume Six) edited by Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy. Available here

How To Say ‘I Love You’ In Greenlandic
MIEL editions, 2014
A concrete poem on the vanishing languages and landscapes of the Arctic (first published in a letterpress-printed edition). Out of print. View pdf from Australian Poetry Journal

Z’roah Press, 2013
This poem about the Greenlandic language was published as a limited edition artist’s book designed by Roni Gross and sculptor Peter Schell. Nominated for the MCBA Prize 2013. Available here

The Third Thing
The Old Stile Press, 2013
A translation of an Anglo-Saxon riddle from the Exeter Book in an anthology of writing on water, illustrated by Ralph Kiggell. Available here

Seven Words for Winter 
Pighog, 2012
Included in Ice: Contemporary and Traditional Poems for the Festive Season, an anthology ‘about winter, snow, ice and everything frosty’. Available here

The Night Hunter
Z’roah Press, 2011
This poem about Greenlandic culture was published as a limited edition artist’s book designed by Roni Gross and sculptor Peter Schell. Available here

Qavak Songs
Qarrtsiluni, 2011
Three translations from Qavak, an extinct Greenlandic dialect, which were nominated for the Pushcart Prize. Read them online here

Dinner and a Rose 
Poetry Beyond Text, 2010
Nancy Campbell and artist Sarah Bodman were commissioned to create a work investigating how readers respond to visual aspects of poetry. See more here

Cahiers Intempestifs 25
Gutenberg, 2009
Poems from After Light appear in an edition of the French art annual, showcasing ‘cette jeune génération anglaise, très en vogue’. Available here or view sample pdf here

Photograph of Disko Bay © Peter Abrahams