We mark National Poetry Day with poet Sara-Jane Arbury, who will introduce and perform a sequence, or renga, of haiku. The haiku were all contributed by members of the public who visited historic locations around the city as part of ... More information
This is an important and timely collection of work by six of the very best poets who are part of or who have arisen from the extraordinary vibrant poetry scene in this part of the South of England. And although ... More information
Join us for an electric evening of poetry with two critically acclaimed female poets: Tjawangwa Dema and Louisa Adjoa Parker. Each poet will perform and read from their work, before being in conversation about their writing craft and poetry as ... More information
Here comes our next Speakeasy session.
Share your work, meet other writers and discover the new.
Are you a storyteller, a poet, a fictional writer, a comic or perhaps a musician? Well, this is where we want you! Come and experience some ... More information
Katrina’s next Penzance Poetry Parlour on 7 November 2019 will feature Annamaria Murphy and Mary J. Oliver.
Annamaria Murphy is a poet and writer. She is also well-known for her theatre and storytelling. She is a long-term member of Knee High ... More information
Organised by The Society of Authors the evening will feature advice from award-winning poets Penelope Shuttle and Pascale Petit.
Aimed at aspiring writers who are seeking to make a living from poetry and related activities, the event will be chaired by ... More information
An evening of live poetry and fiction readings, presented by poet Rachael Allen and novelist Patrick Langley, both of whom will read from their recent work.
Rachael Allen published her first full collection of poems, 'Kingdomland', was published by Faber in ... More information
Lost in Books in Lostwithiel are hosting the book launch of A Confusion of Marys (Shearsman Books) by Sarah Cave & Rupert Loydell. There will be readings and performances from Cave, Loydell & special guest, Maria Stadnicka
Doors open at 6.30pm. ... More information
Cheltenham Poetry Festival are delighted to launch their summer season of on-line activities with a very special event.
They are thrilled to have Fiona Sampson, one of our greatest living poets, read.
They are delighted to have Fiona join us for a ... More information
A Live online poetry reading by John Clarke with a talk about his research project ' Listening to a Polluted River'
Saturday 11 July
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A zoom invite will be available nearer the time.
John Clark is senior lecturer in Creative Writing and ... More information