Mark Beevers has many of his poems archived on Typepad - here http://markbeevers.typepad.com/ and a current / active one on Blogspot http://captainmarkb.blogspot.co.uk/
Mark's is an interesting story to relate in this history. Before 1987 Mark hadn't had a lot of success with his poetry but after publishing the first Outlet in autumn 1986 Outlet began to get regular packages of Mark's poems (even though we stipulated a maximum number of poems to send at anyone time) - I even got packages of his poems sent to venues where I was teaching Creative Writing!
Mark went on to produce over 30 books over the next 5 years -see the covers here http://markbeevers.vox.com/busy-beever-books-1988-to-1993/ - published variously by Outlet,Exile or his own Busy Beevers Press.
Mark wasn't particularly a performer but we involved him in reading at the Parallel Universe - a poetry and music performance in Saltburn for the first Write Around in 1989. I recorded Mark reading some of his poems in Saltburn on a four track portastudio and added some music and sound effects (the tracks will be on here at some stage).
In 1988 there was a job going for a trainee community printer as part of the Community programme in Loftus and I suggested Mark try for it. He was successful and began to learn about printing and publishing. When it
filming, the programme had to be edited down to a 10 min slot on a half hour programme about Community
From 1989, Mark had work published in the annual Write Around anthologies which had come out of the work of Outlet and Andy Croft, then a Literature tutor
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with Leeds University Centre at Harrow Rd. Middlesbrough, became editor of an Outlet inspired poetry page in the Middlesbrough
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Mid-noughties Mark emigrated to Thailand to teach English as a foreign language and has continued to write prolifically and publish his flyers and has recently enjoyed monthly publication of a page of his poems in a Pattaya Trade Newspaper with a circulation of 50,000
More material in pdf file form soon.