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UEA-WCN Writing Programme: Starting to Write Poems (Online) with Helen Ivory
Intermediate course that explores craft and content through reading, writing exercises and constructive feedback.
Learn how poems work with detailed feedback and technical advice to help you develop your writing.
For writers who are new to poetry writing, an opportunity to experiment with language and a variety of poetic devices.
Support and practical advice in preparing your poems for publication, in a culture where new poems will grow.
Want to be one of the resident poets at London Open Gardens weekend?
Reviltalise your poetic practices as Liane shares her love of classical Chinese poetry with you
Develop your own poetic voice in conversation with the best of poetic tradition.
The periodic table of the elements as a springboard for new writing.
Helen Moore, Dave Bryant, Amy Acre and readers from the floor » Read more
Inua Ellams begins work on the 9th poem of the #Afterhours series. » Read more
A very special showcase of queer spoken word! » Read more
List of the poets and articles published in UK and Irish magazines received by the Poetry Library in March 2015 » Read more
Amusing and Charming Poetry from Wendy Cope at the Cutty Sark Clipper Ship in Greenwich. » Read more
Andrew Motion is awarded the 2014 Ted Hughes Award. » Read more
UEA-WCN Writing Programme: Starting to Write Poems (Online) with Helen Ivory » Read more
Items added to the Poetry Library in March 2015 and now available for reference or loan. » Read more
Intermediate course that explores craft and content through reading, writing exercises and constructive feedback. » Read more
Looking at 1991, Inua Ellams decides on a female poet to inspire his next #Afterhours poem. » Read more
Organised by Tower Poetry (based at Christ Church) and the Woodstock Bookshop. » Read more
A bi-monthly celebration of poetry and spoken word! » 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