She has worked as a literature promoter for the Poetry Book Society and the Poetry School, and produced tours as a freelancer for the British Council and the Poetry Translation Centre. She is the founder and head of Jaybird Live Literature, a London-based company that works with writers, venues, festivals, promoters and educators to devise projects to entertain and edify literary audiences, including poetry tours and exhibitions.
- Times Literary Supplement: "Bird's is a poetry of ideas, but unexpected, often extraordinary ones."
- Hannah and the Monk. Cambridge, UK: Salt, 2008.
- Twenty-four-seven Blossom. Cromer, UK: Salt, 2013.
- Identity Parade: New British and Irish poets (edited by Roddy Lumsden). Tarset, Northumberland, UK: Bloodaxe, 2010.
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