From 14th – 17th June, there’s a poetry festival in Tunbridge Wells – hurrah! So to celebrate, the writers in my two writing groups are running a poetry trail.
Nineteen shops running down Chapel Place and on The Pantiles will feature a poem in their windows, all written specially for them by a member of the group.… More
I’ve stolen that title from our family Hay Festival WhatsApp group (that’s us above). Looking through the messages now back at home, they read like some kind of frenetic found poem…
Where is everybody?
We are just listening to a cool 103 year old woman.… More
Today is a day to celebrate women, our voices, thoughts and our poetry, so I’m so proud to have a banner of poems by my clever women poetry friends (and me) fluttering from my railings today.
Even more, given the reputation my town of Tunbridge Wells has, to have received my first ‘Bloody women’ comment.… More
I had to post something about Alice Duer Miller today – this is republished from an article that first appeared in Vulpes Libris.
An appreciation of Alice Duer Miller
Article by Sarah Salway
Father, what is a legislature?
A representative body elected by the people of the state.
2nd February – Poetry Readling
I will be reading as part of a Cultured Llama gathering at the Camden and Lumen series, 7 – 9.30 at Trinity United Reform Church in London. Nearest tube station: Camden Town (Turn left out of the station and you’ll soon find us on the corner of Buck Street on your left)
I’m delighted to be reading alongside these amazing poets – David Cooke, Vanessa Gebbie, Mark Holihan, and Maria C.… More
You are probably aware of the concept of the Artist Date. It was named and made famous by Julia Cameron in her book The Artists Way as a way creative people can fill up their well once a week.
The Artist Date is a once-weekly, festive, solo expedition to explore
something that interests you.
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