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Poetry on the Internet and the Saturation of Information
The Internet is a tool that has the capacity to help art and creativity flourish and develop, yet we must be careful to utilise it properly,...
The Poetry Storehouse has an excellent idea - to do for poetry what has worked so well for software, by making some of it "open source"....
The Art of Loneliness
Having a friend die young, one realizes that their own existence is not guaranteed simply because of their youth. It might seem obvious,...
How Creative Spoken Word and Music Projects Are Helping the UK's Literacy Issues
This month however, I attended one such event that seemed to have ticked all the right boxes to actually make a difference. Fusing the...
Twitter's Take On 'Roses Are Red'
With each tweet being no more than 140 characters, Twitter is the perfect place for pithy one-liners, short poems or, in the case of the...
The A-Z of Mental Health - a Poem
Those who have read any of my previous mental health blogs will know that I like to go on, and on, and on. In fact, I bore myself just...
Arab-Iranian Poet & Peace Activist Executed For 'Waging War On God'
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An Arab-Iranian poet has been executed in Iran for “waging war on God” and threatening national security, human rights groups say....
Poetry Review: The Nordic Light
Welsh Poet Nigel Jenkins Denied Poetic Ending
The tragedy here really lies in the bureaucracy that has surrounded this decision and the loss to Pennard to offer a fitting memorial to...
Sappho Sings Again
The world of classical literature is athrob with excitement. Dr Dirk Obbink of Oxford University has published a draft of a new pair of...
Air From Another Life...
I can never sleep on Sunday nights. I've tried it all - within reason. Dimmed lights. Extinguished screens. Abandoning 'real' coffee...
Abolish Your Meat Habit in 2014
Oprah Winfrey once said that the start of a new year offers "another chance for us to get it right". One way that we can "get it right"...
Liam Williams: The Philip Larkin of British Comedy
Liam Williams is the most soulful, daring, intellectually unabashed young comedian in the country. His Foster's-nominated debut hour, which...
The Bible for Non-religious People, Part Five: Someone Else's Words to Shout or Sing
The Bible can function in the same way as your favourite novel, poem, movie script or soundbite-friendly pop scientist. You don't have...
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