Latest articles tagged with ‘poetry’

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Diggin' Graves: The Sharpest Poet in Town

Alan Dawson meets the debonair Andrew Graves, aka Mulletproof Poet, to talk books, Bradbury and Bagpuss

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Poetry at the Workhouse

The threat of the workhouse loomed large over the British working classes for 100 years, and inspired much art angry at these cruel institutions....

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Calling Sarah Jackson

We meet Dr Sarah Jackson, a Nottingham writer with a penchant for the landline.

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Summer Cauldron

Phillipa Coughlan, a poet from Chilwell, sends us this poem to mark midsummer.

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Caleb Femi: Young Poet Laureate judge.

Caleb Femi is London's Young People's Laureate, and a judge on our search for Nottingham's very own Young Poet Laureate. Here, he tells us what he is...

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Pubs, Pints and Poetry: A Look Round Nottingham Poetry Festival

Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature volunteer Carol Williams tells us of some of her Nottingham poetry Festival highlights.

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The search for Nottingham's Young Poet Laureate

We are delighted to announce our search for a young poet to represent Nottingham on the international stage.

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No Such Thing As A Bacon Roll

Nottingham poet Leanne Moden reads her love letter to all things Nottingham, with help from a few other local faces.

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Ben Norris : On the Sliproad to Glory

We meet a prodigious poetic talent, presently taking his charms – and some scrawled on cardboard signs – around the UK.

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