Tom Pryce was born in 1993 and read Theology and Religious Studies at The University of Cambridge. He holds an MPhil in Philosophy of Religion, focusing on Martin Heidegger and Jacques Derrida. His poems have appeared in Notes, the Ars Et Mundus Magazine, and at exhibitions in Cambridge. When not used for poetry, his mouth is usually found shouting at football and/or drinking ale.


Dandelion seeds floating out over Lyme Bay (and away)

Available on the AEM Festival website.

Anthropocene // Digging for Gold at the End of the Rainbow

Displayed at “Plastic” on 04 February 2018.

In the margin of a 1975 American Philosophical Quarterly

Published in Notes Magazine on 25 January 2018.


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