» view text only version
We will capture our favourite, cringeworthy and worst memories.
Talk poetry, write poetry, share poetry, eat biscuits.
Write & Shine creative writing workshops embrace the inspirational power of the morning.
Talk poetry, write poetry, share poetry, eat biscuits...
Shake off the chill in your bones and welcome in December with this seasonally-inspired poetry workshop.
An intermediate course that explores craft and content through reading, writing exercises and constructive feedback.
Create new poems which explore lyric, narrative and dramatic forms.
For writers who are new to poetry writing, an opportunity to experiment with language and a variety of poetic devices.
Advanced course. Learn how poems work - meaning, form, sound, imagery - with detailed feedback and technical advice.
Workshop with Dean Atta and Deanna Rodger
Have you written a poem and want to test it out? as well as listen to fab poetry » Read more
The shortlist for the Michael Marks Award for Poetry Pamphlets has been announced. » Read more
A splurge of spoken word! » Read more
A new generation of poets are becoming best-sellers through their use of social media. » Read more
Inua Ellams reads new verses inspired by the poetry of his childhood. » Read more
Items added to the Poetry Library in October 2015 and now available for reference or loan. » Read more
Quick-fire spoken word entertainment! » Read more
London based picture library starts new poetry blog. » Read more
Mad About Poetry Books Launch 17 leading performance poets pack a mighty poetry Punch » Read more
List of the poets and articles published in UK and Irish magazines received by the Poetry Library in October 2015 » Read more
Michael Schmidt introduces Peter McDonald's PN Review Lecture: 'The Quarrel with Ourselves': Poetry and Criticism. » Read more
Explore locations that inspired Keats, including the Vale of Health, Well Walk and Hampstead Heath. » 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