Recent Publications


I Bet I Can Make You Laugh
August 2018

Jay has contributed one poem - “My Homework Ate My Dog” to this anthology of funny children’s poems, collected by Joshua Siegal, and published by Bloomsbury.

Rising Stars
October 2017

A collection of poems by five young poets and published by Otter-Barry Books, Rising Stars was Highly Commended at the 2018 CLiPPA Awards.

Words That Burn
October 2017

A teaching resource created by Amnesty International, Words That Burn contains work by many poets, reflecting on multiple themes, including work by Jay, reflecting on LGBT rights.



Jay is able to fulfill a wide range of requirements for both children and adults. From facilitating short workshops in schools, to teaching for a full day, or even multiple days, to working in arts centres, in prisons, and at festivals, Jay is able to create lessons in writing and performing that work for you.



Jay’s main work is as a performance poet, and he is able to provide performances that last anywhere from the length of just one poem to over an hour, depending on your needs. Jay has performances tailored to both child and adult audiences, and is happy to talk through your needs in more detail, to ensure you get the performance you want.



As a speaker Jay has given talks at all kinds of places, from corporate boardrooms to theatres and schools. He mainly talks on topics such as Trans rights and representation, accessibility within the arts, and, of course, poetry. He is more than happy to have a discussion with you about speaking on other topics, just send him an email.



To inquire as to Jay’s availability, fees, or to contact him for any other reason, please email him at jayanthonyhulme@gmail.com, or use the link below.

Jay is also on twitter and instagram, where his handle is @jayhulmepoet