Monthly Archives: April 2015

Poet-in-residence – is this for you?

Originally posted on The Poetry Shed:
I’m currently Poet-in-Residence for the National Trust at Scotney Castle. I decided to do this after my last collection as a way of exploring something new and also to shift the direction of my…

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Poems for Peace launch and Poetry to Go

Friday 10th April saw the long-awaited launch of Poems for Peace, an anthology of poems by writers in the East Anglian area (and beyond), “inspired by the futility of war throughout the ages” [from the jacket], edited by the 2014 Fenland … Continue reading

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Ely Writers’ Day, Dylan Thomas at the Stained Glass Museum, and the Fenland Poet Laureate Awards

In last week’s epic blog post, I managed to miss a couple of things out, so I’ll account for them here: On Saturday 21st March, I attended the Writers’ Day at Ely Library, organized by Rosemary Westwell.  I had been … Continue reading

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