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This is a wonderful opportunity to discuss your poetry on a one-to-one basis with poet and tutor Maggie Sawkins.
We will look at some of the tale of Alice in Wonderland and how we can respond to his tale successfully.
Making a rare visit from Shetland to London, T.S. Eliot Prize winning poet Jen Hadfield leads a 1-day writing workshop.
Explore the history and poetry of Beauty and the Beast.
Poetry Programme - Loutro, Crete
What are the dangers of writing on violence? Is it even a 'suitable' subject for poetry?
Midsummer Poetry Course: Using a variety of writing prompts and stimuli new writing will be produced.
We will look at some of the most successful and iconic poems about nature and how we can respond to it successfully.
Four poets discuss how identity and politics shapes their work.
Collaborative poetry, followed by a reading, with a SJ Fowler.
Join The Poetry Exchange to talk about a poem that has been a friend to you and in exchange, receive a bespoke gift... » Read more
List of the poets and articles published in UK and Irish magazines received by the Poetry Library May 2016 » Read more
The Jazz Verse Jukebox Fri 27th May w/ Roger Robinson, Adisa, Harriet Creelman & more. Plus Open Mic at Hoxton Hall! » Read more
Listen to two exclusive Poetry Library recordings of Shakespeare's sonnets. » Read more
Folktales tell us a lot about ourselves. Two takes on myth with Hel Robin Gurney & Fay Roberts. Poetry and storytelling. » Read more
In 2015, Amnesty International invited Sri Lankans at home and abroad to take part in a poetry competition. » Read more
This is a wonderful opportunity to discuss your poetry on a one-to-one basis with poet and tutor Maggie Sawkins. » Read more
Disappear Here will commission 18 artists to produce a series of poetry films about the brutalist monolith of Coventry Ring Road. » Read more
Dean Parkin and Myra Schneider headline a day of poetry starting with 3 workshops and Suffolk's Poetry Cafés. » Read more
Items added to the Poetry Library in April 2016 and now available for reference or loan. » Read more
A guided tour following the life of John Keats in Hampstead. » Read more
We will look at some of the tale of Alice in Wonderland and how we can respond to his tale successfully. » 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