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Free Poetry Picnic - poetry workshop combined with walking.
Migration haiku; recited in Clerkenwell; composed by us all - walking poetry workshop
Discuss, dissect and explore various ways into counter and companion poems with Inua Ellams.
Take a whirlwind tour of tales, myths and folk stories with Karen Whiteson.
Develop an appreciation for the exotic and take on a deeper engagement with the foreign in your work.
A 2-day workshop first in Abney Park Cemetery, before gathering a month later to workshop poems inspired by the visit.
Ransack the Natural History Museum with John McCullough and workshop your new poems.
Walk, talk, recite, write haiku
Foot powered poems; free walk to write haiku
12-3.30 pm: Masterclass - Critical workshop with D. Nurkse
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