Writer, Poet, Antagonist


Who I am. As far as I am aware.


Adrian B Earle is a Poet, Playwright , Facilitator and storyteller; Host and Producer of the Verse First Poetry Podcast,

He creates work, promotes and develops the poetry of others because of his belief that society is comprised of the stories we tell and the modes in which we tell them. Only by the marginalised taking ownership of their stories can society be changed for the better… but that’s just a theory.

He is an MA Creative writer at Birmingham City University and a spoken word poet who performs under the name Think/Write/Fly.

Adrian likes to focus his poems on the patterns in our modes of speech, our evolving relationships to each other and what it means to be part of the ‘other’ in an age of technology that amplifies some and silences others.

He likes to build new poetic forms and break others. collaborating with fine artists to make artefacts out of his poems and poetry from pieces of art in order to poke at the boundary lines between visual, audible and written artistic expression. most recently he has been experimenting with the use of recording and audio sequencing technology to create narrative bin-aural performance poems designed for performance in darkness.


BA Hons English and Drama 2013

MA creative Writing 2018

T/W/F = A.B.Earle



  • Published in the Birmingham City University Anthology : Journeys

  • Became Exec Producer and Host of the Verse First Poetry podcast: www.versefirst.org

  • Winner of the Burning Eye Books BAME poetry competition.

  • Performed Sound Designed Poem BREACH as part of the Frankenstein 200 Festival @ the Birmingham Conservatoire and Birmingham Midland Institute.


  • Directed double bill Of Spacewang by Tom Wells alongside writing and directing a response play : Parrotshoot @ the hexagon theatre MAC.

  • Hospitalised Twice.



  • Founded the Arts collective PaperBall.

  • Directed Ntozake Shange's :For Coloured Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Was Enuf @ the Blue orange theatre

  • Hospitalised once.