- The Poetry School has launched its Spring courses. Booking is now open for courses as varied as Writing the Tempest, Comical poetry, European Avant-Garde. I'm also leading one on a topic that will surprise no-one: the sea!
- Natalya Anderson shares her journey from being a professional ballerina to winning the Bridport Prize for poetry.
- Judges of the Ted Hughes Award are looking for recommendations. If you are a member of the Poetry Society you can cast a vote for new work in poetry that defies boundaries.
- The poetry of a Chinese factory worker who committed suicide has been haunting me all week.
- Have you read this interview between Charles Whalley and Dave Coates? You really ought to if you care about poetry, poetry criticism, or prize culture.
- Read about the day-jobs of poets.
- The 2014 Nicholas Schaffner Award is now accepting literary works in any genre that deal with music, poetry included!
- John McCullough to judge a Four Counties Poetry Competition!
- No Tokens Journal is looking for submissions.
- Other Countries: Contemporary Poets Rewiring History is launching on 3rd December in London. And yes, that's a plug.
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