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Poetry Landmarks of Britain

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Landmarks in Edinburgh

Associated Place

Swanston village, Edinburgh

  details: Strong associations with two poets, R L Stevenson and Edwin Muir. Swanston House was the home of RLS's grandfather, and in his youth RLS spent happy ...
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Event

CAESURA #11

  details: Edinburgh's monthly bespoke spoken word night championing the experimental and engaging in writing. CAESURA #11 features Martin Belk, Kristiana Rae Co...
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Caesura #5

  details: An incendiary and exciting night of spoken word. Celebrating the word in its many forms with poetry, prose, monologues and straight up jive from a div...
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Caesura #6

  details: An incendiary and exciting night of spoken word. Celebrating the word in its many forms with poetry, prose, monologues and straight up jive from a div...
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CAESURA #8

  details: Words aloud. A monthly night of the word in its many forms. CAESURA #8 has performances from Rodney Relax, Robin Cairns, JDA Winslowe, a short play b...
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CAESURA #9

  details: Entry by donation Words aloud. A monthly night of the word in its many forms. CAESURA #9 has performances from Gavin Inglis, Jow Lindsay, Chelsea ...
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Other Voices: Alternative Spoken Word Cabaret

  details: Other Voices brings you open-hearted open mic, feature sets from spoken word stars, and some very special guests, all with a sumptuous cabaret vibe. ...
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Ongoing Event

Caesura #5

  details: An incendiary and exciting night of spoken word hosted by Goodnight Press. The fifth installment of CAESURA is a visual poetry show & tell with concep...
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Other Voices: Alternative Spoken Word Cabaret

  details: Other Voices brings you open-hearted open mic, feature sets from spoken word stars, and some very special guests, all with a sumptuous cabaret vibe. ...
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Poem

http://www.ploughmanpoemforscotland.co.uk

  details: Chosen as a poem to mark the New Millennium and the last St.Andrews Day before the inauguration of the first Scottish Parliament over three hundred ye...
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The Poet's Pub

  details: Famous as a Poets' Pub, once a meeting place for the likes of Norman MacCaig, Hugh MacDiarmid & Sorley Maclean
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Poetry Festival

Poetry in the Persian Tent

  details: A series of 5 one-hour poetry readings to raise money for the Old MacDonald had a Farm for Africa project/Oxfam. Part of the Festival of Spirituality ...
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Poetry Magazine

Anon

  details: Anon stands out for its anonymous submission procedures, selecting poems purely on the basis of the words on the page. There is also a children's sect...
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Bolts of Silk

  details: Bolts of Silk is an online poetry journal sharing 'beautiful poetry with something to say'.
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Read This Magazine

  details: Read This Magazine is the only independent Edinburgh-based arts magazine aimed primarily at showcasing the works of brand new and never-before-publish...
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www.ospreyjournal.co.uk

  details: Best online magazine to come out of Scotland
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Poetry Organisation

Scottish Poetry Library

  details: The Scottish Poetry Library is the place for poetry in Scotland, for the regular reader, the serious student or the casual browser. Since its foundati...
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Publisher

Canongate Books

  details: Canongate has published poetry and lyrical fiction since 1973. They have always been committed to creative excellence and voicing remarkable writing f...
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Chapman Publishing

  details: Chapman - Scotland's Quality Literary Magazine has been publishing the best in Scottish and international writing since 1970. Having recently celebrat...
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Polygon Ltd (An imprint of Birlinn Ltd)

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Venue

Heart Gallery

  details: Heart Gallery exhibits works that often cross the boundary between poetry and fine art (eg. a recent exhition of works by Ian Hamilton Finlay and Phil...
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