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Poetry Landmarks of Britain

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Landmarks in Liverpool

Associated Place

74 Rodney Street

  details: Home of the poet Arthur Hugh Clough (1819-61)
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Home of Felicia Hemans

  details: Home of the 18th Century poet, Felicia Hemans at the height of her fame.
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The Everyman Theatre

  details: Along with Steates Coffee Bar and O'Connors' Tavern, the Everyman played host to readings by the Liverpool Scene during the 1960s.
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The Liverpool Sound

  details: It marked the coming together in the 1960s of 3 Liverpool poets; Brian Patten, Adrian Henri and Roger McGough. They spoke with highly individual voic...
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Bookshop

News From Nowhere

  details: A Women's co-operative committed to social change. Apart from poetry, a wide range of books are stocked, subjects include: Black Britain and America, ...
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Reids Bookshop

  details: Lovely second hand bookshop with a very good poetry section.
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Ongoing Event

Friday Afternoon Poetry (series 1)

  details: Would you like to deepen your appreciation and understanding of poetry? This group will meet once a month to consider one or two poems in depth. The p...
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Poem

The Contemplative Day, William Roscoe

  details: The fragments of this poem which appears in Roscoe's Collected Poems of 1834, describe in heroic fashion the landscape of Woolton and Allerton which o...
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Poetry Magazine

Neon Highway

  details: Neon Highway Avant-garde Literary journal PUBLISHES: POETRY and ART Submissions of innovative poetry to be sent to the editor: Alice Lenk...
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SMOKE

  details: Because it is a simple, cheap, quality magazine which has promoted consistently good work for over 25 years. I suppose it is the man behind this and ...
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The Liver Bards

  details: The Liver Bards brings together new and imaginative writing from the Merseyside area. It draws on talent that previously hasn't been given a platform ...
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The Reader Magazine

  details: Published quarterly since 1997, The Reader is the only magazine that offers the whole literary mix: new fiction and poetry, classic and neglected work...
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Poetry Organisation

Dead Good Poets Society

  details: We organise Open Floors for new writers to try out their material, and we organise Guest Nights for audiences to hear established poets, and we arrang...
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The Windows Project

  details: The Windows Project is a real institution here in the North West. Since the 1970s Windows has been running poetry and other creative writing workshops...
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Poetry Promoter

The Writing Centre

  details: The Writing Centre's aim is to celebrate and enhance writing in all its forms, including poetry. We seek to involve students, staff and the local comm...
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Publisher

Snapshot Press

  details: Snapshot Press specializes in publishing individual collections and anthologies of haiku, tanka and other short poetry. It also publishes the haiku ma...
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Venue

The Writing Centre

  details: The Writing Centre's role is to celebrate and promote writing of all kinds, including poetry. We have access to a variety of venues within the Hope ca...
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