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A one-day workshop exploring our relationship to cities and summer.
Discuss and improve your poetry on a 1-1 basis with poet and tutor Judy Brown.
Poetry workshop exploring the idea of travel.
An intensive course of study, workshops and peer-led discussion, over 18 months for up to 12 selected poets.
Martina Evans teaches this workshop, drawing on cinematic techniques.
One day course at Keats House led by Jenny Baynes.
Keele University's new introductory evening class.
Led by Simon Mole and Raymond Antrobus
Join the Poetry Butcher for an intense and incisive 15-minute appraisal of your poetry.
Discover the influence of praise poems on Arabic and English poetry.
A one-day workshop exploring our relationship to cities and summer. » Read more
Tony Mitton wins 2014 CLPE Poetry Award for Wayland. » Read more
Join Dodo Modern Poets as we celebrate our 25th anniversary at Abbeyfest » Read more
List of the poets and articles published in UK and Irish magazines received by the Poetry Library in June 2014 » Read more
Multi-award-winning poet Mario Petrucci guides us on an unexpected journey through the poetry of World Wars I and II. » Read more
Short nursery rhyme, poem and rhyming story sessions for under-5s on the Clore Ballroom during Poetry International. » Read more
A night of Spoken word, poetry, live music & art, Guests headlines, open mic + much more » Read more
Schools are invited to submit poems to a new anthology about healthy hearts. » Read more
Free reading from Herts and Enfield Stanzas. » Read more
The shortlists for the 2014 Forward Prizes have been announced. » Read more
Join us for the launch of issue three of the new poetry magazine Butcher's Dog. » Read more
Performance of war poetry written by poets not involved in combat. » Read more
Voices from the World in Words of Poetry
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Poet Fiona Ritchie Walker explores the life of her grandfather and his part in a World War One firing squad. » Read more
A bi-monthly showcase of spoken word, this time featuring John Hegley, Laurie Bolger and Aaron Carpenter. » Read more
Helen Burke reads poems written for the Keats-Shelley House in Rome. » 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