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Emily Mason, who is eight years old, read 'Bonfire Night' by Irene Yates.
Jake Branningon, who is 8, read 'What is Pink' by Christina Rossetti, who lived between 1830 and 1894.
Alex Baines, who is 9 years old, recommends a poem by Christina Rossetti.
Callughn Doyle, who is 8, reviewed this poem by Sara Coleridge, who lived over 150 years ago.
Winnie Ng, who is 11, reviewed this book by Clare Bevan.
Kesiena, who is 11, reviewed this book by Garrison Keillor.
Here's a poem written by Tope of Paxton Primary School.
Alice, who is nine, reviewed this book by Hilaire Belloc.
Saul, who is 4, reviewed this book by Richard Carlisle.
Juliette, who is 7, reviewed this book by Dr. Seuss.
A review of the new poetry anthology for teenagers.
Poetry-spoken word evening featuring Brighton based artists and writers using various approaches to poetry » Read more
Poet, playwright and Nobel Laureate Derek Walcott has died aged 87. » Read more
Poetry Appreciation group meeting to share published poems at the Ripley Arts Centre, Bromley, twice monthly (Tuesdays). » Read more
Ledbury Poetry Festival is launching a new poetry prize for second collections. » Read more
Templar Poetry Live event at Keats House with Michael Woods, Oliver Comins & Tim Beard. » Read more
Staff Pick from our Poetry Library Open Day 2016 by Pascal O'Loughlin, Assistant Librarian. » Read more
Jill Abram presents Stablemates: A Poetry Salon with Mona Arshi, Ruby Robinson and Deryn Rees-Jones of Pavilion Poetry » Read more
Items added to The National Poetry Library in February 2017 and now available for reference or loan. » Read more
Open Mic Poetry.
Free to read or spectate.
All voices welcome.
Sign up on the door to perform. » Read more
List of the poets and articles published in UK and Irish magazines received by the Poetry Library February 2017 » Read more
An all-day workshop session with Ann or Peter Sansom in Manchester. » Read more
French and German languages into English » 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