...so, how does JiggeryPoetry work?

It's jiggering easy!

Step One: You've already found me so I'm guessing you need a poem. Browse the poems posted on here and if they've made you smile and you think I'm the one who can help, move on to Step Two.

Step Two: Give me a ring, send me an email or fill in the contact form and tell me everything you can about the person/organisation that you want me to create a poem for. (Based on what you've seen of my poetry, you may stress a preference for the style and length of poem you require - be sure to check with me for pricing options.)

Step Three: Wait for your poem to arrive (you won't be waiting long). After making payment, you will receive an electronic version and/or hard copy (on high-quality paper) on or before the agreed deadline. JiggeryPoetry poems are always excellent value and on time. (I don't charge extra for further redrafts like some writing services do.)

FAQs:

What exactly do you need from me?

As soon as you get in touch, I'll email (or post) you a form which will ask you some questions about the person you want the poem for. Complete the form with as much detail as you want to reveal and spin it back to me. Or (and this is an even better option) give me a ring and we'll have a natter.

How long does it take?

JiggeryPoetry is fast: 2-3 weeks from contact to delivery. Although it may take a little longer if you want to spend time checking and rechecking drafts of you poem. (I would definitely advise this as you and I want your poem to be right, so feel free to take your time.)

What do I receive?

You choose. Electronic copy only? High-quality print? Framed? Unframed? Combination? Of course there are different prices for each option, but the format is completely up to you.

What if I need something completely different?

Get in touch. At JiggeryPoetry, anything's possible. 

Latest Poem

Pie Shop Police

Pie Shop Police

Guardians of the pie shop; northern upper crust.
The bouncers for the butty on your break.
Custodians of the brownie
For Wigan’s finest townie;
Purveyors of the parkin, pie and cake.

The minders of the muffins; the gurus of the gateau -
High chieftans of the chocolate-dipped flapjack.
Primed if it turns nasty
Over sausage roll or pasty -
Wait Ann behind the counter and Linda out the back.

Published 11th Jun 2017 | Just for Fun