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Poetry Landmarks of Britain

Leeds Young Authors- part of The Up for Arts Show

  Nominated by Community Channel

details: The Leeds Young Authors group creates and performs the dynamic 'slam poetry' that makes you feel the extraordinary power flowing from it.
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"Madelaine"

  Nominated by Suzi Pritchard

details: For National Poetry Day, five writers' websites worked together to produce original poetry, prose, pictures and recipes for National Poetry Day. The r...
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'Write Better Poetry' with Alison Chisholm

  Nominated by Lois Maddox

details: This is a WEEKEND Poetry Workshop. The Course Leader Alison Chisholm is an excellent teacher. She has a regular column in Writing Magazine and has wr...
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4Poets.com

  Nominated by Peter Manton

details: Due to the site offering a vast array of poetry to the public and as well as that allowing hosting to poets and creative writers. A fiendly community,...
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Acoustic Night Bristol

  Nominated by Ms Andi Langford-Woods

details: Acoustic Night is Bristols longest running independent Open Mic(15 years)hosting poets professional and amateur from around the globe. An established ...
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An Evening of Poetry & Music with Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy

  Nominated by David Hawkin

details: First performance of a poem for Leeds by the Poet Laureate September 27th at 7.30pm is the date to put in your diary. Join with others at a poetry ...
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Artemispoetry

  Nominated by Myra Schneider

details: This is a major magazine for women's poetry. It is published twice a year - in May and November. It includes a comprehensive review section, essays an...
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Ashton Church

  Nominated by Julie Sampson

details: The C17 proto-feminist poet, Lady Mary Chudleigh,worshipped at Ashton church,(memorials to the family here) and lived next door at "Place". Her many p...
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Audio Book Radio

  Nominated by John Mayfield

details: We are an Internet Radio Station dedicated to spoken word. We always include poetry in our schedule but, more importantly, we aim to promote the work ...
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Barbican Library

  Nominated by John Lake

details: Strong poetry collection for loan and poetry readings and workshops throughout the year
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Bare Fiction Magazine

  Nominated by Robert Harper

details: Bare Fiction Magazine publishes poetry, fiction, short plays, reviews and articles. Launched in 2013, Bare Fiction is fast becoming a popular newcomer...
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Barefoot in the Park

  Nominated by Jess Heywood

details: It is a budding festival of poetry in its second year, with a great variety of style from free verse, to slam to lyrical. This year promises to be ev...
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BBC Coventry & Warwickshire

  Nominated by Siobhán Harrison

details: BBC Coventry & Warwickshire in partnership with Coventry Library and Information Services and Warwickshire Libraries and Information Service announce ...
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Bedford Basement Poets

  Nominated by Ian McEwen

details: Poetry reading and workshop group alternate wednesdays, various venues in Bedford.
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Bee Postcards and Press

  Nominated by Casey Diem

details: A groundbreaking publisher of poetry postcards and inventive and unusual poetry publications
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Beeston Poets presents Andy Croft

  Nominated by Pippa Hennessy

details: Beeston Poets is a programme of readings by well-known poets in Beeston Library. It follows on from the ‘Poets in Beeston’ series which ran from 1993 ...
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Beeston Poets presents Jackie Kay

  Nominated by Pippa Hennessy

details: Beeston Poets is a programme of readings by well-known poets in Beeston Library. It follows on from the ‘Poets in Beeston’ series which ran from 1993 ...
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Beeston Poets presents Neil Astley

  Nominated by Pippa Hennessy

details: Beeston Poets is a programme of readings by well-known poets in Beeston Library. It follows on from the ‘Poets in Beeston’ series which ran from 1993 ...
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Belfastpoets

  Nominated by Chelley

details: Belfastpoets is an online collective of poets primarily from the North of /Northern Ireland. The website includes news, a forum, a showcase, events l...
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Bench from Adlestrop Station made famous by Edward Thomas

  Nominated by Alison Dalwood

details: Edward Thomas was a great poet. This landmark is a moving place for anyone who appreciates his poetry. The poem Adlestrop, is inscribed on a metal pla...
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Beth's Poetry Trail

  Nominated by Hilary Fender

details: Beth's Poetry Trail is being set up in the town of Belper, (a mill town in the heart of Derbyshire's 'Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage site'), as a...
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Blackpool Cenotaph Remembrance Garden

  Nominated by Christopher James Heyworth

details: Because of Ruth Barker's poignant poem inscribed when the Garden was being restored recently.
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Blinking Eye Publishing

  Nominated by jeanne Macdonald

details: I would like to nominate Blinking Eye Publishing to be included in the Listing for the North East. Blinking Eye was launched in 2004 to promote the ...
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Box Hill School

  Nominated by Susan Rowlatt

details: lots of good creative writing and annual poetry festival with poet run workshops.
This yez\r the poet is Wendy French
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Brenda Williams

  Nominated by Barry Tebb

details: Brenda Williams is Britain's leading protest poet. Her 'Sit-in' protests at Leeds University in 1983/84 were followed by two at Oxford, the second, in...
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brighton and hove high school

  Nominated by Maude Casey

details: Brighton and Hove High School has been extremely active in hoghlighting poetry for over ten years now. We have had Carol Ann Duffy and Simon Armitage ...
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Bristol Poetry Festival

  Nominated by Colin Brown

details: Celebrating it 10 anniversary in 2005 Bristol Poetry Festival is one of the best poetry festivals in the UK
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BSL Haiku Festival

  Nominated by Donna

details: This is a British Sign Language Haiku Poetry Festival, the first one was held this year on 29th & 30th July and hopefully it will be the first of many...
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Buxton Library

  Nominated by Rob Hanlon

details: Buxton Library has embraced the idea of doing quarterly Poetry Sessions which attract a variety of people from surrounding areas in Derbyshire - just ...
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Buxton Library

  Nominated by Rob Hanlon

details: Buxton Library has embraced the idea of doing bi-monthly Poetry Sessions in 2008 which hopefully will attract a variety of people from surrounding are...
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Caesura #5

  Nominated by Amber McAdam

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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Cafe Writers

  Nominated by Martin Figura

details: Poetry and Prose readings, second Monday of each month. Audiences 50-100. Past readers incl: Jacob Polley, Michael Laskey, George Szirtes, Helen Ivo...
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CELEBRATION OF THE POETRY OF ANDREW YOUNG

  Nominated by Martin Ward

details: Stonegate was the work-place of Andrew Young, who was vicar there for 18 years. His classic poetry, very topographical in nature, is saturated with it...
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Centre for Contemporary Art in the Natural World

  Nominated by Lucy Lepchani

details: A venue keen to host poetry events in harmony with its themes of nature, contemporary art, and in conjunction with schools and other educational proje...
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Chandler's Bards

  Nominated by Tony Keeton

details: Chesterfield's own monthly open-mic poetry and spoken-word event runs on the third Monday of every month. Free Entry - 8pm start.
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Chuffed Buff Books

  Nominated by S Philip

details: Chuffed Buff Books, a new independent publisher of poetry and short fiction, has a current and on-going need for captivating and insightful poetry by ...
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Cley Little Festival of Poetry

  Nominated by Lisa D'Onofrio

details: Founded by Elsa Martin, The Cley Poetry Circle organises the Cley Little Festival of Poetry which takes place twice every year in Norfolk. Set up over...
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Cogito Books

  Nominated by Ailsa Stanley

details: Cogito is an independent bookshop in the market town of Hexham, Northumberland, run by poetry loving owners Alan and Julia Grint. Their poetry sectio...
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Coleridge Cottage

  Nominated by Derrick Woolf

details: Coleridge lived here when he wrote some of his best poetry, such as The Ancient Mariner and Christabel
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COVENTRY LIVE POETS

  Nominated by Eleanor Nesbitt

details: Coventry Live Poets meet 1st Wed of each month (7.30 pm) to savour each other's poems and 3rd Wed to sample others' poems. Public readings throughout ...
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Coventry Live Poets' Spring reading

  Nominated by Eleanor Nesbitt

details: Thanks to their blend of wit and reflection Coventry Live Poets are once again reading in Earlsdon Library. Love and Springtime may well be themes. E...
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createwrt.net

  Nominated by Brian Evans

details: Createwrt.net is launching the best poems competition for Silver Surfers - Disabled and Housebound Creative Writers all poems submitted will be requir...
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Creative Arts East - Literature Development

  Nominated by Lisa D'Onofrio

details: Creative Arts East is a fast-growing arts development agency which provides practical support to the arts community in Norfolk; directly promotes tour...
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Creative Writes, Weekend Intensive Workshop

  Nominated by Nichola Charalambou

details: Creative Writes workshops offer a different and refreshing approach to creative writing, which is motivational and inspirational. Small groups are...
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Daisy Abey

  Nominated by Thushari Williams

details: Daisy Abey was born in Sri Lanka but has lived in the UK since the early sixties. Her poetry has been widely published and well received by critics. H...
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Dawlish

  Nominated by Graham Burchell

details: I have now returned to Dawlish to lIve and to continue to write fulltime after eight years away in the Canary Islands, Mexico, France, Chile and the U...
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dead good poets

  Nominated by gerard rochford

details: This venue has promoted poetry readings for the past five years. events are usually a guest poet plus open mic. many of the leading scottish poets hav...
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Debjani Chatterjee

  Nominated by Daisy Abey

details: Debjani Chatterjee is a distinguished poet and translator.One of the best known British Asian writers today, she has been called 'a voice of rare orig...
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Delaval Community Primary School

  Nominated by Sandra Marsden

details: An oasis in the inner city, Delaval is becoming known for the quality of the poetry enjoyed, written and performed by the children.
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Don't feed the poets productions

  Nominated by Just John

details: Don't feed the poets productions are a not for profit group who promote live literature and performance poetry throughout East Sussex and are the crea...
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Donne's effigy, St Paul's Cathedral

  Nominated by Dame Antonia Byatt

details: It was the only monument to survive the Great Fire of 1666. It was sculpted from life but shows him in his shroud. It is a real connection with him an...
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Dragonheart Press

  Nominated by Sean Woodward

details: 2005 is the 20th anniversary of the founding of Dragonheart Press which continues to publish powerful new poetry and to offer a platform for beginner ...
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Dudley Library

  Nominated by Don Sergison

details: Dudley Poets meet on a monthly basis to discuss the wider theme of poetry in general, and also to read our own work. On occasions we will study the wo...
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Dylan Thomas birthplace and home

  Nominated by Ann Thomas

details: A philanthropic Swansea couple have restored Dylan's home back to 1914 when he was born there. Run by volunteers, it is the most relaxed and inform...
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Easington Old School House, East Yorkshire

  Nominated by Peter Crowther

details: This is the birthplace of Robin Skelton, British and Canadian poet, 1925-1997. He was author of over 100 books, English Prof. at Univ of British Colum...
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East Coker Church

  Nominated by Lady Antonia Fraser

details: A magic visit to this church, where T S Eliot, author of 'East Coker', one of the 'Four Quartets', is commemorated. My husband read aloud the poem jus...
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East Coker Poetry Group

  Nominated by Sue McKerracher

details: The village of East Coker, home to T S Eliot's ancestors, was immortalised in his Four Quartets and the poet's ashes are buried here in the churchyard...
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Ellwood Books

  Nominated by Helen Ford

details: Large selection of poetry and plays - from fine first editions to paperback reading copies. A lovely bookshop, with statues, pictures and fountains cr...
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Envoi

  Nominated by Richard J. N. Copeland

details: Envoi is a magazine with a long history that goes back to 1957. Past editors are: JC Meredith Scott, 1957 - 1981; Bob Wesley, 1981 - 1982; Bob Castle,...
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Essex Poetry Festival October 2009

  Nominated by Derek Adams

details: Essex Poetry Festival, October 2009, with John Hartley Williams, Kathryn Simmonds, Inua Ellams, Jeremy Over, Sally Festing, Joanna Ezekiel, Jo Bell. T...
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Falmouth Poetry Group

  Nominated by Jane Tozer

details: Falmouth Poetry Group was founded thirty years ago, by the later Peter Redgrove. It meets fortnightly for critical workshops, and acts as a discussion...
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Fearnought - a permenant exhibition

  Nominated by nikki williams

details: Fearnought is a site specific trail of poetry set within the architecture of the best preserved workhouse in Great Britain. Discover poems as you tra...
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Found Out

  Nominated by charlotte mew

details: FOUND OUT at DEPARTURE a place to find time to open doors to feast your eyes FOUND on foot 649 COMMERCIAL ROAD by train ...
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Frome

  Nominated by authorburch@yahoo.com

details: I was in Frome in July to run a poetry workshop for the Frome Festival. Afterwards I meandered through the Saturday antique market and was inspired to...
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Fulham Library

  Nominated by Lance Pierson

details: The Hammersmith and Fulham Poetry Enjoyment Group meets on the first Sunday of every month from 2 till 4pm. People bring a favourite poem or two to re...
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Gavin Paul Carter

  Nominated by Gavin Paul Carter

details: The Land of Grimney is a unique website, there are no other poetry related websites like this one on the internet. It allows others to share their own...
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Glasgow Poetry Society

  Nominated by Martin Connor

details: Glasgow Poetry Society is a Community Interest Company - run for and by the members of the general community in Glasgow with a passion for poetry. Our...
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Golden Fables 2012

  Nominated by Sue North

details: Beautiful words by Archbishop Desmond Tutu and specially-commissioned Fables by poets Ian McMillan, Gillian Clarke, Liz Lochhead and Joel Stickley com...
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Grey Hen Press

  Nominated by Joy Howard

details: We are a new small independent poetry press which aims to publish work by older women, with an emphasis on West Yorkshire as this is where we are base...
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Hallaig by Sorley MacLean

  Nominated by George Coppen

details: 'Hallaig' is one of the great poems of Sorley MacLean, telling both in its original Gaelic and in the translation into English. It describes the pas...
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Hammer & Tongue Cambridge

  Nominated by Fay Roberts

details: This is your chance to become part of the spoken word slam brilliance that has graced this here fair city for over a year, in the warm and wonderfulsu...
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Hammer & Tongue Cambridge featuring Dizraeli and Inja

  Nominated by Fay Roberts

details: Sign up as one of the eight to compete in the poetry slam for a place in the Regional Final, or just dive in and soak up the night’s atmosphere and ...
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Hammer & Tongue Cambridge featuring Henry Bowers and John Osborne

  Nominated by Fay Roberts

details: Time for the first round of the Cambridge Hammer & Tongue 2011-2012 season... This is your chance to become part of the spoken word slam brilliance...
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Hammer & Tongue Cambridge featuring Raymond Antrobus plus The Strawberry Slam Champs

  Nominated by Fay Roberts

details: Order your cheaper advance tickets via Eventbrite: http://htc-june13.eventbrite.co.uk/ Time for the last open round of the Cambridge Hammer & Tongu...
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Hammer and Tongue

  Nominated by jim thomas

details: Hammer and Tongue is Oxford's live literature community. We run a regular monthly poetry slam and showcase (first tuesday) that draws 100+ audience, s...
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Have you anything to declare?

  Nominated by Rochelle Scholar

details: Do you have anything to declare? with Nichola Charalambou and Rochelle Scholar – Saturday, 5th November, 10.30-4. Venue: Heathrow Terminal 5. £30 ...
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Hesperus Press

  Nominated by Elisabetta Minervini

details: In 2003 Hesperus Press has launched a new series of poetry which includes works by major European and American authors. The series is introduced by we...
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Highgreen Arts

  Nominated by Highgreen Arts

details: Highgreen Arts runs residential writing and arts courses with a strong emphasis on poetry. Highgreen is in the heart of the Northumberland National P...
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HMP Forest Bank, Manchester

  Nominated by Glynis Allen

details: Poetry within the prison environment is important. Building on the theme of 'The Future' here at HMP Forest Bank, Manchester, prisoners have share...
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Holloway Arts Festival with John Hegley's 'Animal Alphaboating for All'

  Nominated by Katy Baird

details: John Hegley is a man of many talents and experiences. As a comic and front man for the Popticians in the eighties he recorded two sessions for John P...
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hollybush pub

  Nominated by david

details: poetry and spoken word evening held THE FIRST WED of every month 8pm. compered by stourbridge poet RICHARD CLAY. admission free. open mic or preboo...
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http://poetry.la/

  Nominated by Teresa Conboy

details: Poetry.LA is an online video showcase of over 150 poets reading their work at various venues around Southern California. Poets featured include U.S....
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Hull

  Nominated by David Wheatley

details: Hull is the birthplace of Andrew Marvell and Stevie Smith, and more recently the home, temporary or otherwise, to a remarkable collection of twentieth...
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Hydro Hotel, Kilmacolm, Renfrewshire

  Nominated by Richard Price

details: This is a hotel that no longer exists, a ghost landmark. My father stayed in the hotel in the 1960s on a speculative visit to Scotland, before I was b...
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Ink Sweat & Tears

  Nominated by Charles Christian

details: Ink Sweat & Tears is a new poetry and prose webzine with a particular interest in prose poetry (including free verse and haibun) and e-poetry (includi...
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Ivor Cutler's house

  Nominated by duncan edwards

details: I appreciate Mr Cutler's devotion to words in a poetic form, evident throughout the course of his life.
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John Clare Country

  Nominated by alan romaine

details: John Clare from a very humble beginnings in Helpston, managed to write an unsurpassed history of early nineteenth century local life and times, no oth...
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Keats House

  Nominated by Margaret Drabble

details: This house and garden remain largely unchanged, are well maintained and in themselves are beautiful. Great poems were written here, with much joy and...
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King's Lynn Poetry Festival

  Nominated by Robert Davison

details: The King's Lynn Fiction and Poetry Festivals are held each year in March and September respectively in King's Lynn Town Hall and Thoresby College. Wr...
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Kinson Library

  Nominated by Gerardine Bodey

details: Poetry Reading Group meets once a month.
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Larkin25

  Nominated by Jacqui Corcoran

details: A unique celebration of the life and work of Philip Larkin. Larkin25 is a commemoration of the life and work of the poet, novelist, librarian and jaz...
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Ledbury Poetry Festival

  Nominated by Ben Larbi

details: I'm linguistic and Poet to 8 books of poetry.I write in diferent languages:french,italian, english,spanish...I obtained Prizes particularly in Italy ...
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LIP!: Live Inclusive Poetry

  Nominated by Louise Coigley

details: LIP!Live Inclusive Poetry will be a community festival on the 11th October 2008.It will be based at the only centre in Britain, Artemis School, where ...
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Littoral 'Nature and the Spirit'

  Nominated by mervyn linford

details: new magazine and press (Littoral Press) 4 poets published so far and 4 issues of the magazine
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London School of Jewish Studies

  Nominated by Eve Grubin

details: Poetry Workshop A seven-week course bringing Biblical stories to your creative writing We begin with a class in the essential elements of the cra...
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London School of Jewish Studies

  Nominated by Eve Grubin

details: POETRY WORKSHOP A seven-week course bringing Biblical stories to your creative writing We begin with a class in the essential elements of the cra...
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Louth Poetry Group

  Nominated by Christopher Sanderson

details: Louth is the home of the Wolds Words festival, a four day reading and writing event in October of each year. Louth Poetry Group is one of the ways tha...
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Louth Poetry Group

  Nominated by Christopher Sanderson

details: LPG is an active workshop space for poets, it brings together poets old and bnew in a supportive and friendly environment
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Love Poems from the Hammock ,Tom Thumb Theatre

  Nominated by Maggie Harris

details: one of Britain's smallest theatres bring new life to poetry and other events in Margate. Love Poems from the Hammock is a Valentine's night events by ...
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Love Poetry Hate Racism

  Nominated by Chelley McLear

details: International Weekend of the celebration of diversity through poetry April 19 -22 - 2007 Initiated from Belfast, Northern Ireland A few...
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M4TH Poetry Podcast

  Nominated by Chris Lorensson

details: This is a podcast featuring New Underground Poetry from Chris Lorensson. Though a Swedish-American, Chris lives and works in Bristol, England as a po...
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Manchester Literature Festival

  Nominated by Rachel Lewis

details: Manchester Literature Festival built on the legacy of its very successful predecessor, Manchester Poetry Festival. The Festival now celebrates the pow...
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Manningtree Workshop

  Nominated by Sally Festing

details: We are a small active women's group of writers who meet alternate Wednesdays or Thursdays, 7.15 pm at 10 Central maltings, Kiln Lane, Manningtree. Som...
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Martinhoe, Devon

  Nominated by Julie Sampson

details: H.D stayed at Martinhoe with Richard Aldington(her then husband)during the early months of 1916. They walked, bathed, visited Heddon's Mouth and wrote...
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MICHAEL ROSEN AND THE HOMEMADE ORCHESTRA

  Nominated by Kent Love Music Hate Racism

details: As Margate now has the Turner Centre we feel it is great to have the former childrens laureate to perform in Margate. This event is jointly with Love ...
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Middlesex by John Betjeman

  Nominated by Andy Whitfield

details: Middlesex is one of Englands forgotten counties, which was close to John Betjeman's heart. The county has dozens of poets and poems connected to it a...
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Millom

  Nominated by Antoinette Fawcett

details: The whole of Millom is associated with Norman Nicholson (1914 - 1987). Not only can you take tea in his former house, 14 St George's Terrace, which i...
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Monkey Kettle

  Nominated by Andy Humphrey

details: Monkey Kettle magazine describes itself as "a Milton Keynes counter-culture waiting for a culture". Since 1999 this lo-fi, independent magazine has be...
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Mount St Mary's College

  Nominated by Sheila McGrath

details: Where Gerard Manley Hopkins lived and worked, and wrote some of his best-loved poems. He was a schoolmaster and Jesuit priest there.
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Murmurs of a Nobody

  Nominated by Michelle Penny

details: It is a site that discusses the trials and tribulations of modern life through poetry
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My Cornwall Charles Causley Festival

  Nominated by Lawrence

details: Charles Causley has been described as the "best poet laureate the nation never had". He lived all his life in Launceston and the town now celebrates h...
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My Cornwall Charles Causley Festival

  Nominated by Lawrence

details: Charles Causley, "the best poet laureate the nation never had", lived all his life in Launceston. Cornwall's ancient capital celebrates his life this ...
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National Association of Writer's Groups

  Nominated by Mike Wilson

details: The National Association of Writers' Groups poetry competiton pages provides a selection of poetry competitions in closing date order, suitable for th...
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New Writing South

  Nominated by Tara Brennan

details: New Writing South is a new writing organisation in the South East open to all creative writers, for those seeking creative writers and for other creat...
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Newington Library Poetry Appreciation Group

  Nominated by David Penn

details: The Newington Library Poetry Group is for anyone who wants to read, enjoy and discuss poetry with others in a friendly atmosphere. We meet on the ...
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Newman Books

  Nominated by Steve & Hilary Newman

details: Stratford-upon-Avon poet Peter Cubitt's first collection of poetry, 'Walking With Words' (ISBN 978-0-9558699-2-1, paperback, £7.99) will be published...
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Night Blue Fruit

  Nominated by Zoe Brigley

details: This is an open mic night and all are welcome. It happens on the first Tuesday of every month and it is a great opportunity for people of all ages and...
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Northerly Beast Publishing

  Nominated by Marianne Lewis

details: They have launched a poetry contest accepting entries until the 21st of December 2012 which has some great prizes for poets of any experience level. ...
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Norwich Poetry at Olive's

  Nominated by Hilary Stanton

details: This is a regular monthly community poetry event, held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 8 pm. It encourages published and non published local poe...
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Other Voices: Alternative Spoken Word Cabaret

  Nominated by Fay Roberts

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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Other Voices: Alternative Spoken Word Cabaret

  Nominated by Fay Roberts

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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Other Voices: Alternative Spoken Word Cabaret

  Nominated by Fay Roberts

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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ouroboros review

  Nominated by Jo Hemmant

details: ouroboros review is a new poetry and art journal which will appear on-line quarterly and in print biannually. Ouroboros is committed to publishing new...
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Papertank

  Nominated by Simon Cook

details: This website is a superb resource for budding writers all around the world. Currently the writers are from the USA and Great Britain. While not totall...
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Parameter magazine

  Nominated by Michael murray

details: Newly launched magazine of contemporary writing in fiction, poetry and essays.
Aiming for quality of material.
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Paula Brown Publishing

  Nominated by Paula Brown

details: we accept submissions from anyone and edit them into an anthology once a year through the voting system and panel editorial process from this year. We...
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penned in the margins

  Nominated by Tom Chivers

details: penned in the margins celebrates the power of words in performance and on the page. We produce live poetry events, manage spoken word artists, publish...
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penned in the margins

  Nominated by Tom Chivers

details: penned in the margins celebrates the power of words in performance and on the page. We produce live poetry events, manage spoken word artists, publish...
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Perygl Poetry

  Nominated by Michael Parker

details: Perygl (Welsh for Danger) Poetry is an organisation running adventures in poetry and inspiration for children, students and adults willing to open the...
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Peterborough

  Nominated by Pete Cox

details: Every year, since 1998, the Council have organised a Poet Laureate of the City competition. The winners have then gone on to represent the local area ...
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Pighog Poetry Night

  Nominated by Michaela Ridgway

details: we’re launching a new monthly poetry night to showcase established poets’ work and to amplify up-and-coming voices. All events and open mic opport...
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pinderfields hospital school wakefield

  Nominated by david sing

details: we have produced with the mayor of wakefield a collection of childrens poems and art work. Theh children involved were from both s.e.n. schools and t...
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Ploughmanpoemforscotland.co.uk

  Nominated by Scott Martin

details: Ploughman was chosen to represent Scotland on the last St Andrew Day before The New Millennium and the inauguration of the Scottish Parliament. The po...
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Poetic Justice

  Nominated by Greg Buddery

details: A regular event for poetry and spoken word on the third Tuesday of each month. Features guest poets, live music and a relaxed atmosphere. The evening ...
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Poetic Republic

  Nominated by Peter Hartey

details: Poetic Republic organises: The MAG Poetry Prize An Open Online Poetry Competition judged by the entrants themselves. All profits are donated to ...
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Poetic Republic

  Nominated by Peter Hartey

details: Poetic Republic organizes: The MAG Poetry Prize An Open Online Poetry Competition judged by the entrants themselves. All profits are donated to ...
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Poetry & Pints

  Nominated by Dave Roberts

details: 'Poetry & Pints' has been running in Middlewich since August 1995 and attracts a wide following of poets, singers and musicians, particularly every Ju...
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Poetry 4 Charity

  Nominated by Alan weston

details: This is a unique collection of poetry dedicated to raising funds for all listed and nominated UK Charities. The website will eventually build up a po...
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Poetry Bites

  Nominated by Andrew Barnes

details: Poetry Bites........an evening of floor spots from local poets, and a well known guest poet. Diverse, friendly and its an audience !
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Poetry Bookshop, Hay-on-Wye

  Nominated by Dr. Charmazel Dudt

details: The Poetry Bookshop collected and kept for over a year all the books of R.S.Thomas' poems for me, until I crossed the pond to collect them. They are ...
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Poetry Courses with a Difference

  Nominated by Angela Beese

details: Don Patterson - £190 Book Now 28 - 30 June 2013 Don Patterson Don is one of our foremost poets. What he doesn’t know about poets or poetry re...
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Poetry Courses with a Difference

  Nominated by Angela Beese

details: Ian Duhig - £190 Book Now 13 - 15 September 2013 Sisters Hand in Hand As Henry Purcell wrote: "Music and poetry have ever been acknowledge...
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Poetry Devas Slamming Night

  Nominated by Katy Konrad

details: Poetry Devas is bringing slamming to the Chester poetry scene. Whether you are an established performance poet, a first timer, or a poetry voyeur; all...
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Poetry I.D.

  Nominated by Richard J. N. Copeland

details: Poetry I.D. meets every Thursday at 7.30pm. We hold a weekly writing workshop and then invite a readaround of members' work. Occasionally we invite ...
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Poetry I.D.

  Nominated by Richard J. N. Copeland

details: Poetry I.D. is an active poetry gorup that meets at the Letchworth Settlement every Thursday evening at 7.30 PM for writing workshops and, time permit...
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Poetry I.D.

  Nominated by Richard J. N. Copeland

details: Letchworth-based group Poetry I.D. now have, in addition to their exsisting website (poetry-id.co.uk), a wiki which is constantly updated and on which...
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Poetry in the Persian Tent

  Nominated by Stephanie Green

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 Laboratory

  Nominated by Wendy Molyneux

details: Warrington Library, Museum and Archives Service will be using National Poetry Day’s theme of the Future to explore the power of poetry through an exci...
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Poetry Space Ltd

  Nominated by Sue Sims

details: Founded in 2010 by poet Susan Jane Sims, Poetry Space publishes individual poetry collections and anthologies and organises an annual poetry competiti...
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poetry wivenhoe

  Nominated by Archie Duncan

details: 'poetrywivenhoe' is a non-profit making organisation, which arranges monthly poetry readings in two seasons; spring and autumn. In 2007, 'poetry wive...
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Poetry-next-the-Sea

  Nominated by Helen Flanagan

details: There's a marine flavour to Poetry-next-the-Sea (27 to 30 April 2006), the festival held within spitting distance of the quay at Wells-next-the-Sea, N...
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Poets in the Library

  Nominated by Angela Topping

details: On-going series in spring and autumn to bring poets to Northwich. Includes an open floor section. Angela Topping is the resident poet. She starts the ...
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Poets Inkwell

  Nominated by Jenny

details: This is an international and friendly community of poets who post their poems and review each other. Family orientated, junior members welcome. For th...
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Poets United

  Nominated by Pete Cox

details: Peterborough and Fenland Performance Poetry Group have been meeting since 1998. They now meet on the first Tuesday of the month at 8pm at the Palmerst...
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Polam Hall School

  Nominated by Polam Hall School - fao Linda Turvey

details: The pupils have spent the week thinking about their favourite places, and have made a 'Poetry Patchwork' map of Britain in verse
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Polesworth Abbey, Warwickshire.

  Nominated by Malcolm Dewhirst

details: Poleworth Abbey was once the site of Polesworth Hall the home of the Goodere Family. It is here that the Literary Circle met and included such names a...
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Polesworth Poets Trail

  Nominated by Malcolm Dewhirst

details: The Polesworth Poets Trail, builds on the Heritage of Poetry in Polesworth, Through Michael Drayton, Ben Jonson and John Donne, through art installati...
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Portsmouth and Southsea

  Nominated by maggie sawkins

details: Tongues and Grooves attracts poets from Portsmouth and the south east of England. The organisation has just been awarded an arts council grant for a c...
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Railway Bridge on the A436

  Nominated by Martin Knight

details: This bridge, where the Stow on the Wold - Chipping Norton road crosses the Oxford - Worcester railway is the closest structure to Adlestrop station, w...
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Resurrection

  Nominated by Daisy Abey

details: 'Isolated on the Derbyshire moors at Arbour Lowe, near Bakewell, over 40 recumbent pieces of limestone lie in a circular pattern within a (2000+BC) pr...
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RSA & Blackwell present an evening with Simon Armitage

  Nominated by Kirsti Prolingheuer

details: With poet Simon Armitage Chair: Sean O’Hagan, journalist In his first collection of prose writing since the highly acclaimed All Points North,...
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Salt Publishing Web site

  Nominated by Chris Hamilton-Emery

details: Wide-ranging poetry Web site offering podcasts, videos, magazine and shop
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Sam Willets & Robin Robertson

  Nominated by The Woodstock Bookshop

details: This is the opening reading of The Woodstock Poetry Festival. Sam Willetts and his publisher, Robin Robertson, both reading from recent work. Their mo...
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School of English, University of Newcastle upon Tyne

  Nominated by melanie birch

details: The School of English hosts poetry readings and book launches. We offer various creative writing courses - short evening classes, one week intensive ...
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Scott's view

  Nominated by phil orr

details: Scott's view is a spot giving spectacular views of the Scottish Borders, where Sir Walter Scott lived. There is a plaque at this place which has on i...
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Sherlock Suite one-woman poetry performance

  Nominated by Oxana

details: Housewife haunted by Sherlock One-woman poetry performance featuring original music score by Alexander Poberezhny. It’s a story of a mother, wife...
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Shoestring Press

  Nominated by Jenny Swann

details: Shoestring Press is a small, independent poetry publisher with a disproportionately large influence.
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Sidekick Books

  Nominated by Kirsten Irving

details: Sidekick Books is an independent publisher run by award-winning poets Jon Stone and Kirsten Irving. As well as publishing collaborative anthologies, t...
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Sista Flame/Rubie Wilkie

  Nominated by Sista Flame/Rubie Wilkie

details: Great site
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SIx Autumn Sunday Mornings

  Nominated by Rochelle Scholar

details: Mendham Writers presents a series of six workshops,with tutor Brandon Robshaw, which will take you through the writing process, from getting started, ...
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Six Summer Evenings

  Nominated by Rochelle Scholar

details: A six-week course with Brandon Robshaw exploring the themes of travel and the journey in poetry, fiction and non-fiction. SESSION 1: STARTING LOCAL...
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Small Presses - Big Voices

  Nominated by Mike Smith

details: Readings by poets of Small Presses: Peterloo Poets on 21st September 2007. Vane Women on 19th October, 2007. Happensatnce Press on 30th November, 20...
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Soutar House

  Nominated by Wendy Paterson

details: Soutar House was the residence of the poet William Soutar.
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Speakeasy - the Milton Keynes writers' group

  Nominated by Andy Humphrey

details: Speakeasy has been providing a meeting place and encouragement for writers in the Milton Keynes area almost as long as the new city has existed. It at...
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Speakers Corner at The Media Centre

  Nominated by Clare Danek

details: Acclaimed Liverpool poet Eleanor Rees has written a poem, ‘Nameless Poem’, for Speakers Corner; the public are invited to respond to the refrain "Tell...
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ST 182 335 (OS map ref)

  Nominated by Patrick Ingram

details: Here is the spot at which Edward Thomas brought to a close his book 'In Pursuit of Spring', the starting point for his poetry. It is a place with view...
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STAND & DELIVER

  Nominated by Gary Jarman

details: This event has been running for several years with great success. It brings together poets from all walks of life and all abilities. The poet who wrot...
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Stockport Createwrt.net Poetry and Praise

  Nominated by Brian Evans

details: Poetry and Praise will feature the poetry of Edna Waine, who left poetry to the Rev. Roger Scoones on her death. It will also include other poetry and...
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Stockport Createwrt.net Poetry on the Buses

  Nominated by Brian Evans

details: Poetry on the Buses: Ring and Ride to have poet on travelling poetry bus to various events, and poem posters on their buses. Cliff Hope (local writer ...
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Stockport Createwrt.net Poetry Reading

  Nominated by Brian Evans

details: Poetry Reading Age Concern, Pop - In, Lower Hillgate, Stockport with poems read by Libby Morgan and also Stockport Child Prodigy, Emily Von Fraunhofer...
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Stockport Createwrt.net Poetry Reading Cafe

  Nominated by Brian Evans

details: Poetry Cafe at the Plaza Cinema, 10.30am - 3.30pm with the stalls dais turning into Stockport's very own Poetry Reading Cafe, featuring a host of loc...
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Stromness Orkney

  Nominated by Margaret Thomas

details: Birthplace and home of George Mckay Brown for most of his life. Was the inspiration for
much of his poetry and prose
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Subtle Flame

  Nominated by Sue Lozynskyj

details: 8.30pm Admission £2 Thursdays Nov 3rd 2005 2006 5 Jan, 2 Feb, 2 Mar, 6 Apr, 4 May,1 June, 6 July,7 Sept,5 Oct (Beverley Lit Fest Event, Check ve...
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Summer Literary Seminars

  Nominated by Luigi Monteferrante

details: SLS, a non-profit org based in Brooklyn & Montreal, has been offering workshops in Russia & Kenya for years. Now it has two new locations ie Italy and...
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Suns of Dada

  Nominated by Steev Burgess

details: In the 1980's this unusual Friday night club emerged in Holborn. Touted as a pre-night club it's aim was to add a bit of culture before the headonism ...
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Tay Railway Bridge

  Nominated by Chris Hunt

details: A physical landmark that marks the low point in Britain's poetry landscape - it inspired the most famous poem by the world's worst poet: William McGon...
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Tears in the Fence

  Nominated by Richard J. N. Copeland

details: Tears in the Fence is a forward-looking magazine that is not afraid to take risks. The editor, David Caddy, is ever on the look-out for the new, unusu...
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The City Chapter

  Nominated by Gerry Burns

details: The City Chapter is a partnership of the main library providers in the Armagh City area. Each year as part of National Poetry Day in October it organi...
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The funEverse

  Nominated by Maureen Lynas

details: The funEverse is a website for children and teachers who love funny poems. Our authors invite schools to participate in our regular challenges and we...
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The Indian King

  Nominated by Helen Jagger Wood

details: In addition to the weekly Indian King Poets writing group, and the annual Camelford Poetry Festival, bi-monthly poetry days are organised, starting wi...
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The Indian King Arts Centre

  Nominated by Helen Jagger Wood

details: The Indian King has a poetry library of over 1000 books, both individual collections, pamphlets and anthologies as well as subscribing to a dozen poet...
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The Inpress Poetry Garden Market

  Nominated by James Hogg

details: Next month, we turn 10. To celebrate, we're running a special all-day poetry event on London's Southbank. The Inpress Poetry Garden Market will ta...
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The Josephine Hart Poetry Hour

  Nominated by Rose Astor

details: Novelist Josephine Hart brings great poetry to the stage read by a well known actor each month at the British Library. The aim is to bring poetry back...
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The Lampeter Review

  Nominated by Rosalind Hudis

details: Outstanding new online literary mag, based at trinity St David'd, Lampeter. Features exciting work by established and energing authors across the genr...
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The Land of Grimney

  Nominated by Gavin Paul Carter

details: The Land of Grimney is a unique website, there are no other poetry related websites like this one on the internet. It allows others to share their own...
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The Liverpool Sound

  Nominated by Joan Bakewell

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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The Many Faces of Adrian Spendlow

  Nominated by Adrian Spendlow

details: The many faces of Adrian Spendlow through the very diversity of its composer offers a wide range of references, ideas and directions: children's proje...
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The Mimic Octopus

  Nominated by Will Harris

details: Beginning on 21 November 2013, the 13 Pages team will be hosting a fortnightly series of workshops, each looking at poems from different historical pe...
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The Norman Nicholson Society

  Nominated by Antoinette Fawcett

details: The Norman Nicholson Society was inaugurated in Millom, Cumbria on 31st March, 2006 in order to celebrate and promote the work of this distinguished w...
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the Orphan Leaf Review

  Nominated by James Paul Wallis

details: I publish this poetry and prose magazine, a unique venture, with contributions and sales world-wide, stocked by the National Poetry, the Scottish Poet...
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THE POETRY CAN

  Nominated by Colin Brown

details: The Poetry Can is one of the few literature organisations in the UK specialising in poetry. It organises events such as the Bristol Poetry Festival; ...
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The Quiet Feather

  Nominated by Taissa Csaky

details: A quarterly literary magazine that publishes fresh, lively work in almost every printable genre - creative non-fiction (especially travel writing), sh...
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The Red Wheelbarrow

  Nominated by Editors

details: A magazine of poetry and opinion (poem-related prose: interviews, essays, reviews, criticism)--each issue features poems around a particular theme and...
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The River Anker - Polesworth

  Nominated by Malcolm Dewhirst

details: Poet Michael Drayton (1563-1631), a contemprary of William Shakespeare and Ben Jonson, was born in Hartshill not far from here and educated at Poleswo...
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The Saturday Guardian Review

  Nominated by Rosemary Drescher

details: It is a major site where contemporary poetry is made available to the public
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The Waywiser Press

  Nominated by Michael Rollins

details: Waywiser is publishing some of the handsomest books I've seen issued by a poetry publisher in a long time.More to the point, the list is marvellous, w...
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The World Of Joey Joe McGuire

  Nominated by mr r thompson

details: Check out the website and I think you'll find it obvious.
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theScribe Magazine

  Nominated by David Tait

details: theScribe has been gathering momentum for four years and now produces two successful issues per year. submissions are considered by and from Leeds Uni...
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Thomas Hardy's Cottage

  Nominated by Tom Paulin

details: Hardy is a poet whose supreme gifts aren't given the attention they deserve. The same is true of John Clare.
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To the River Duddon

  Nominated by Antoinette Fawcett

details: "Watching the wagtails, Wordsworth wrote: 'Remote from every taint of sordid industry'. But you and I know better, Duddon lass." Two great poets,...
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Toad in Mud

  Nominated by Robbie Guillory

details: Toad in Mud was founded in 2006 with the aim of making a wide range of quality unpublished contemporary writing available to a larger audience. We foc...
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Truro Library Poetry Group

  Nominated by Zeeba Ansari

details: Truro Library Poetry Group meet on the 2nd Thursday of the month to read, discuss and enjoy their own work and that of other poets.
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Two Review: A Journal of International Poetry & Creative Nonfiction

  Nominated by Jeremy Edward Shiok

details: Rebecka Mustajarvi at the The Poetry Society in London recommended we share our journal on Landmark since we are seeking poets and writers from abroad...
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Ty Newydd, the National Writers' Centre for Wales

  Nominated by sian northey

details: Ty Newydd is located a few minutes walk from the North Wales coast, a short drive from the mountains of Snowdonia and only a few hours by train from L...
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TYPE

  Nominated by Robbie Guillory

details: Published three time a year (October, February, June) £13 subscription TYPE consists of a forty-four page double booklet containing a selectio...
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UKAuthors

  Nominated by andrea@ukauthors.com

details: UKAuthors, a writers showcase and resource site, has grown hugely over the past three years, and now has almost 2000 members. The resource pages cont...
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Unwriters

  Nominated by James Barry

details: This is a site designed to connect British universities and institutions, creating contacts, giving tips and showcasing work and articles on creative ...
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Valley Press

  Nominated by Jamie McGarry

details: Valley Press is an independent publishing house based in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, UK. We dabble in many different genres of literature, but are ...
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Verlaine & Rimbaud's House

  Nominated by Julian Barnes

details: This is the house where Verlaine and Rimbaud took rooms in 1873. Imagine two of the greatest French poets giving lessons at 10 shillings an hour to E...
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videopoetry - poetryvideo

  Nominated by Christopher Sanderson

details: For a long time poets struggled with the technology to create and distribute the moving image that poetry invokes. With the advent of youtube.com, mys...
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Villa Park

  Nominated by Ravinder Singh Chumber Esq

details: It was mentioned in Philip Larkin's poem, MCMXIV, line 4, when he said 'as if they were stretched outside the Oval or Villa Park...', refering to the ...
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Ware Literature Festival - The Great Bed of Words

  Nominated by Dana Captainino

details: Workshops: Haiku and 'I Write Myself' - Katherine Gallagher; Staring Point - Paul Lyalls, The Sonnet - Oz Hardwick. Readings from Ware Poets. Pe...
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Warwick Words - Festival of Literature and Spoken Word

  Nominated by Helen Meeke

details: 6 - 9 Ocober 2005


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We Love Words

  Nominated by Pete Cox

details: We Love Words is a new poetry festival, directed by Sir Andrew Motion, to be held 8 - 15 September 2012. Featured guests include Roger McGough, 8/9/20...
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Welsh Poetry Competition

  Nominated by Dave Lewis

details: Annual international poetry competition aimed at discovering new and unpublished writers. Based in South Wales.
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Wenlock Edge, Shropshire. From AE Housmans compilation, a "Shropshire Lad"

  Nominated by Katharine Hope

details: Wenlock Edge and The Wrekin can be seen from the A5 heading west. This poem is emphasises the power of the Autumn wind and how it has disturbed both ...
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West Kent Book Fair: Poetry at the Fair

  Nominated by Mark Richardson

details: I am trying to promote poetry as a performance art form with an open mic session at the West Kent Book Fair on October 28th and then April and October...
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Westminster Bridge

  Nominated by Joanna Lumley

details: William Wordsworth wrote this lovely sonnet standing on the bridge at dawn. Even though London has changed enormously, the great quiet of the river i...
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Whisper from the Heart Poetry Club

  Nominated by Stan Almendro

details: Because I believe it is an ideal site to have constant exposure

We are a South African Poetry Club hosting competitions for Students & Adults
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With Words

  Nominated by Alan Summers

details: With Words promotes the love of words to the public via haiku events & workshops nationally from the Royal Festival Hall to smaller events (as well as...
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Woodstock Poetry festival 9-11 NOVEMBER

  Nominated by Rachel Phipps

details: 9th November: Sam Willetts & Robin Robertson 10th November: 4pm,David Harsent; 6.30pm, Gillian Clarke; 8.30pm, The new Libertines 11th November: 4pm...
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Word About Town

  Nominated by Just John

details: Great event, with live literature, poetry, music, comedy, film, workshops and competitions
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Wordplay at NEO

  Nominated by Mike Smith

details: Informal open mic poetry every last Thursday of the month. Admission free. 7.30pm for 8.00pm
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Words-Myth

  Nominated by Graham Burchell

details: I began this online quarterly poetry journal in 2006 when I was residing in Houston, Texas. I returned to Devon in Oct 2007 and have continued to run ...
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Wordsworth House

  Nominated by Margaret Forster

details: It's a beautiful house, imposing and gracious, yet sitting easily among the more modest other buildings in the street. Knowing Wordsworth was born the...
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WORLD OF POETS

  Nominated by Abir Roychowdhury

details: WORLD OF POETS gives the opportunity to the poets like you to have a caring, loving and fun environment where poetry can be shared and appreciated. We...
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Worthing Library

  Nominated by Russ Bravo

details: Regular poetry reading events with local poets
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Write Out Loud

  Nominated by Paul Blackburn

details: The aim of Write Out Loud is to increase the opportunities for the widest range of the public to express themselves through the medium of poetry, in i...
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Writing retreats

  Nominated by Mandy Haggith

details: Writing retreats held in the heart of the landscape and community that inspired so much of MacCaig's poetry.
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www.createwrt.net

  Nominated by Brian Evans

details: National Poetry Day 4th October 2007 CREATEWRT.NET This year's subject is - Dreams Competition to write a poem about...
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www.davyking.com

  Nominated by Davy King

details: KAMIKAZE BARD Little Davy King's Performing Doggerel & Videosyncratic Vaudeville Verse. This site has had nearly 2 million hits, with visitors from al...
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www.obooko.com

  Nominated by Tony Stanton

details: OBOOKO is new UK based website for FREE digital self-publishing of poetry books (and works of fiction and non-fiction). There are no charges or fees w...
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Y Tuesday poetry club (on the first Tuesday of each month)

  Nominated by Steev Burgess

details: This is a warm and friendly poetry club, that consequently attracts a wide range poets in age, Colour and orientation. Free of failed comedians an po...
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Yate & District Writer's Group

  Nominated by S.C.Feltham

details: Yate and District Writers Group Contact Tel: Sally on 01454 313044 or Steve on 07876 294956 Contact Email: poemsbymerlin@supaworld.com ...
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zmvoxydfdzq

  Nominated by zmvoxydfdzq

details: UjFZEx fhewkjzjjacx, [url=http://bcjsqonamrhk.com/]bcjsqonamrhk[/url], [link=http://cpfbrimiltzy.com/]cpfbrimi...
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