Pete Green is a poet and musician based in Sheffield, Yorkshire. They write about coastlines and islands, edgelands, cities and the post-industrial, walking, railways, love, football, rock and roll, whisky, underachievement, and getting lost.

Their first full-length collection The Meanwhile Sites is published by Salt. Read a blogpost about it, why don’t you?

Pete’s short book Hemisphere and pamphlet Sheffield Almanac are published by Longbarrow Press.

More of Pete’s poetry

Pete’s most recently released music is the 2022 Christmas single Tinsel Round The Telly.

Before that you’re looking at their second solo album We’re Never Going Home. Listen to or buy this album online or read more about it.

More of Pete’s music

Recent blogposts

The place where we belonged

Indietracks was more than just a music festival. So you can mourn it, but be sure to take inspiration from it too

The cover of Hemisphere, an illustrated map

A short book, a long poem, an impossible journey

Announcing the publication of Hemisphere as a short book by Longbarrow Press

Poem: I am the king of Belgium

A monarch for an age disrobed of grandeur