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Free entry to browse a hall packed full of current UK poetry magazines, with pop-up readings throughout the day!
Poetry reading on the theme of arrivals and departures. With Robyn Bolam, Lydia Fulleylove and Maggie Sawkins.
Written by Joy Winkler with director Kevin Dyer, this beautiful and funny play is full of secrets and poetry.
Litro Magazine’s Literary event Poetry hour is hosted by Nana Ocran with guests Theresa Lola and Victoria Anne-Bulley
Inua Ellams Rhythm and Poetry Party
States of Writing: D. Nurkse, reading & in-conversation + students from university of North Florida, + guitarist Mark Ari
Shanta Acharya and Mimi Khalvati read their work at the Nehru Centre
A Matter of Life & Death: the much-loved, & award-winning, Michigan poet, essayist & undertaker, Thomas Lynch
Planet Earth: poetry party with guest readers, music & prize-quiz - theme of planets, galaxies & constellations...
Wirral Festival of Firsts Community Poetry Day
visceral, inventive verse that sweats, bleeds and sings. » Read more
Full 2017 programme announced, featuring two NPL events. » Read more
Accompany Poetry Librarian Chris McCabe on a tour exploring poetic activity in London. » Read more
We're looking for a Digitisation Project Assistant. » Read more
Top-flight performance poetry in the congenial setting of a traditional London pub » Read more
Staff Pick from our Poetry Library Open Day 2016 by
Katarina Kelsey, Library Assistant. » Read more
Jill Abram presents Stablemates with Steve Ely, Nancy Charley and Richard Skinner of Smokestack Books » Read more
Items added to The National Poetry Library in March 2017 and now available for reference or loan. » Read more
A lecture-performance with readings to mark the centenary of Edward Thomas's death. » Read more
Bring poems on the theme of ‘Poems not Bombs’ – or just bring your lovely poems. » Read more
South Downs Poetry Festival 3-day residential poetry writing, April 2017.Peace and poets. » Read more
The current, "live" magazines stocked at The Poetry Library and online. » Read more
Have a look at the current U.K. imprints that publish poetry.» Read more
"We can not compete but perhaps we meet somewhere." Red Rose » Read more
Help people find out where that line in their head comes from. » Read more