A War Poet in Love
18:30 Wednesday 1 July and 05:30 Friday 3 July:
National poet of Wales Gillian Clarke and writer Owen Sheers read and discuss the work of poet Alun Lewis, one hundred years
DERELICT AIR: FROM COLLECTED OUT
Thursday 2 July
6:30pm for 7pm
with readings from Jennifer Dunbar Dorn, Kyle Waugh and Sean
The visible, physical world is alive in these poems, and their verbal rhythms, while unobtrusive, are sure; yet the complex images they evoke live in the mind much more than in the senses.
After a brilliant, celebratory evening with sparkling Prosecco and a no less sparkling set of attendees, we are delighted to share a video of the launch of Anthony Thwaite's latest collection, Going
Lee Harwood’s The Orchid Boat, published by Enitharmon, is the work of an old master; and, as is so often the case with old masters, Harwood fills it with youthful immediacy. Its
"Eloquently written in long lyrical tercets, [the final sequence The Minatour] is nuanced with detail that may be researched or invented, but that does not seem important. What does seem
Up ahead, on a bend in the path, our destination appeared – an outcrop of Yorkshire gritstone so exposed to wind and rain whipping in off the Irish Sea that it has been chiselled into
Neil Curry lecture on Christopher Smart
Thursday 9 July
7 - 8.30pm
In the chair Professor Grevel Lindop
10 Bury Place
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