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29 November 2014
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'Zooming In, Zooming Out': A Conversation With Shannon Hardwick, Poet
On the eve of the publication by Mouthfeel Press of Hummingbird Mind, her second chapbook, I caught up with her for a conversation about...
The Waste Land (A Land Laid Waste By Gideon's 'Reforms')
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Five London Poetry Hotspots (And a Bonus)
American friends who come to visit invariably ask which spots they should visit to get a feel for the London poetry scene. Here are five...
World Poetry Day: Students Try Their Hand At Poetry
A competition launched by poet Karen McCarthy Woolf in aid of World Poetry Day has seen students from across the globe try their hand at...
Food for Thought
We sat in the kitchen for our writerly discussion. He held a sheaf of A4 paper, covered in typescript while I was armed with my favourite...
The Underground Beast That Is Spoken Word
The most immediately striking thing about an evening of spoken word is the almost tangible electricity in the air. No one is quite sure...
An Interview With Mr Gee
I first got into Spoken Word around 2001. I was a part of a DJ outfit & we used to play Funk/Hip Hop/Garage/R&B at clubs up and down the...
Beethoven In A Spaceship? It Can Only Be The Edinburgh Festival...
Arts lovers can hear Beethoven in a spaceship and see Leonardo da Vinci take centre stage with modern technology at this year's Edinburgh...
Robin Hood Was 'Freedom Fighter Attacking The French'
Robin Hood did not rob from the rich to feed the poor in Sherwood Forest, he was a freedom fighter attacking French invaders in Kent, a...
Gathered Light: The Poetry of Joni Mitchell's Songs
As Gathered Light, a collection of Joni Mitchell's poetry is about to hit the book shelves, I speak with writers Lisa and John Sornberger...
A Poem For International Women's Day: 'Conversations With Grandma'
In this touching tribute to one of the important women in his life, spoken word poet Raymond Antrobus tells the story of a conversation...
Susan Richardson - Writing in the Language of Ice
The Welsh poet Susan Richardson was teaching a course on 'Intrepid Women Travellers' at Cardiff University when a reference to a Norse...
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Today we live in an era of hyper-specialisation. We all drill deeper in our silos. How else can you keep up, let alone get ahead in our...
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