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Poetry by Kingston poet/novelist - Alyssa Cooper's first work was published in 2008 - She has authored a short story collection and 2 poetry collections Slam Poetry, Poetry Collection, Kingston, Short Stories, Poems, Collections, Author, Queen, Blue

Novelist and Poet - Alyssa Cooper

Poetry by Kingston poet/novelist - Alyssa Cooper's first work was published in 2008 - She has authored a short story collection and 2 poetry collections

Read "The Wound Register" by Esther Morgan available from Rakuten Kobo. The Wound Register, or Casualty Book – which gives this book its title – is an official record of the casualty and sickn. Writers And Poets, Poems, Wwi, Norfolk, Unique, Pretty, Blue, Collection, Products

The Wound Register by Esther Morgan -Reviewed | The Blue Nib

What really sets this poem apart from the others in this collection is that it doesn’t attempt to make anything pretty or profound.

Poetry selected by Clara Burghelea. Seamus Heaney, The Selection, Writer, Interview, Poetry, Teacher, Blue, Professor, Writers

Issue 39 The Blue Nib

Poetry selected by Clara Burghelea.

Poetry from the US & Canada selected by Poetry Editor Mike Griffith. Editor, The Selection, Fiction, Poetry, Teacher, Canada, Magazine, Music, Blue

In Issue 39 of The Blue Nib

Poetry from the US & Canada selected by Poetry Editor Mike Griffith.

Poetry from Australia & New Zealand selected by Denise O'Hagan Irish Times, Award Winner, New Zealand, The Selection, Writer, Poetry, Australia, Blue, Writers

In issue 39 of The Blue Nib

Poetry from Australia & New Zealand selected by Denise O'Hagan

On Watching A Lemon Sail The Sea by Maggie Harris, reviewed by Melissa Todd. The collection is divided by geography, the places that have informed and proved crucial to her life and work – Wales, England, Guyana, Ireland and Elsewhere. Landscape drives her lines, and also informs her identity: Geography, Wales, Sailing, Ireland, Identity, Lemon, Poetry, Sea, Landscape

On Watching A Lemon Sail The Sea by Maggie Harris -Reviewed | The Blue Nib

FacebookTweet ON WATCHING A LEMON SAIL THE SEA BY MAGGIE HARRIS (Cane Arrow Press) I had the luck to watch Maggie Harris launch this collection at Tongue Punch, the Tom Thumb theatre’s monthly poetry night in Margate. The lilting cadences of her not-quite-placeable accent gave a glide and a swoop to her words, sending them […]

Melissa Todd on Mind The Gap, a Poetry Podcast curated by Angela Dye. Mind The Gap, Spoken Word, Conductors, Orchestra, Poetry, Mindfulness, Blue, Poetry Books, Band

Melissa Todd on - Mind The Gap Poetry Podcast. | The Blue Nib

Facebook92Tweet Mind the Gap is a poetry podcast. Each month an ensemble of spoken word artists send recordings of their poetry to Angela Dye: she collates and orders them, a conductor to a discordant, disparate orchestra, allowing their words to enhance each other, the strong and experienced nurturing and reinforcing the weak, together unifying into […]

Emma Lee reviews Valerie Lynch's In the Time of Rabbits for The Blue Nib. This book was ninety years in the making. It's never to late. Lynch, Rabbits, This Book, Poetry, House Styles, Blue, Bunnies, Rabbit, Poetry Books

Valerie Lynch's In the Time of Rabbits - Reviewed | The Blue Nib

Emma Lee reviews Valerie Lynch's In the Time of Rabbits for The Blue Nib.

Emma Lee reviews Colin Dardis - Dogs of Humanity for The Blue Nib. Fly On The Wall, Poetry, Dogs, Blue, Animals, Animales, Animaux, Pet Dogs, Doggies

Colin Dardis - Dogs of Humanity -Reviewed | The Blue Nib

Colin Dardis – Dogs of Humanity Fly On The Wall (www.flyonthewallpoetry.co.uk) ISBN: 978-1-9995986-9-3 42pp Colin Dardis – Dogs of Humanity, explores themes of human society using animals as analogy looking at human interactions, bullying and self-identity. It’s split into two roughly equal sections, one focused on dogs, the second on other animals. In one of …

“Who should I be reading?” or “What contemporary poets should I be watching?” To answer this question I had intended to select 5 contemporary poets that I felt worthy of closer scrutiny, but The Daily Telegraph had already done the job so here they are The Daily Telegraph, Writers And Poets, Closer, Poetry, Felt, Contemporary, This Or That Questions, Reading, Movies

5 contemporary poets you should be reading | The Blue Nib

“Who should I be reading?” or “What contemporary poets should I be watching?”

We all hate it when we miss the deadline for a contest, but if it’s happened to you recently, take heart. Here are 11 Short Story Contests you can still enter. Closing dates from July to December Take Heart, Is 11, Short Stories, Poetry, Shit Happens, Dates, December, Blue, Date

11 Short story contests you're not too late to enter | The Blue Nib

We all hate it when we miss the deadline for a contest, but if it's happened to you recently, take heart. Here are 11 Short Story Contests you can still enter. Closing dates from July 31st to December 31st.

We humans are hardwired for poetry, it inspires us, relaxes us and has in the past acted as a call to action for us. So to ignore poetry would be to deny nourishment to ourselves. But how do we make time in our busy lives for more poetry? Make Time, How To Make, Call To Action, Busy Life, 5 Ways, Your Life, Acting, The Past, Poetry

MAKE TIME FOR POETRY IN YOUR LIFE.

We humans are hardwired for poetry, it inspires us, relaxes us and has in the past acted as a call to action for us. So to ignore poetry would be to deny nourishment to ourselves. But how do we make time in our busy lives for more poetry?

Some weekend inspiration from the world's favourite poets Poems, How To Memorize Things, The Incredibles, Ads, Reading, Blue, Inspiration, Biblical Inspiration, Poetry

20+ of the most memorable lines of poetry | The Blue Nib

We have selected 20 of the most memorable lines of poetry, lines we hope, that once read will stay with you and inspire you. Where possible we have added links so you can read or listen to the entire poem.

The Poet with the leather clad voice. Poetry Collection, The Voice, Leather, Blue, Dresses, Fashion, Vestidos, Moda, Fashion Styles

Marilena Zackheos Poetry | The Blue Nib

Marilena Zackheos’ debut poetry collection Carmine Lullabies a little like walking around a familiar room in the dark. The furniture is all there and the same, but the walls and floor are bent and there is a dangerous, insidious, leather-clad voice whispering at you from the shadows.

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Submissions are open | The Blue Nib.

Submissions open for Issue 44 of The Blue Nib for release on 15th of December. Exceptional poetry, short fiction, essays and reviews as well as works in translation are invited.

“We love this photo of contributor, Melissa Todd, enjoying issue 38 of The Blue Nib in Ramsgate. Poetry, Twitter, Blue, Fashion, Moda, Fashion Styles, Poetry Books, Fashion Illustrations, Poem

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“We love this photo of contributor, Melissa Todd, enjoying issue 38 of The Blue Nib in Ramsgate. Where do you read yours? Be sure to let us know and keep tagging us in those photos.”