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Multimedia poetry magazine. Each issue features a single poet, who has 3 of their poems filmed and uploaded to our archive, and joins us for a short podcast.
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Natalie Ann Horror-borow 🎃 Oct 20
Me: "I am not doing any more readings, this book is so 2017." Also me: "Yeah okay, I'll do a reading." Lovely event today as part of the Coracle Festival, creating literary links between Wales, Ireland and Sweden 📚🌍
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Rhys Milsom Oct 20
I'm reading at this next Thursday at . The first of a bi-monthly poetry and prose evening, completely curated with no open mic. I'll be reading with Mike McNamara and Christie Collins. Free entry!
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Society of Authors Oct 17
If you're a poet under 30 (published or unpublished), you can probably enter the Eric Gregory Awards and get the acclaim of your peers/big wodge of cash. OBVIOUSLY YOU SHOULD ENTER:
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Milieu Cardiff Oct 18
Our next event is on the 17th November at The Flute & Tankard in Cardiff. 5 writers confirmed, there will be art/photography, beer, wine, crisps, gin, squash, and really really really good vibes. We are pretty excited about this one. Info coming soon.
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The Swansea Fringe Oct 17
Another massive thanks to Adam & Rhys from for all that they've done for this year's Festival. They've done such an amazing job, it's gives us a huge amount of pleasure to welcome them to the team going forward.
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New Welsh Review Oct 16
Our poetry submissions editor chatting at the More Poetry is Needed event about submission tips with & at the Pic: Thanks for hosting NWR submission guidelines:
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Literature Wales Oct 14
The Terry Hetherington award is open for entries. Young Writers can submit poetry or fiction for the Cheval anthology and win £1000! Details of how to apply here:
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clare potter Oct 12
Here's the info for the poetry course I'm teaching with and special guest 10% discount if you book before end Oct. Be lovely to have you join us
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Rhys Milsom Oct 10
I've just put 2 copies each of Amnesia and Transition in the library at . Read them inside, take them home, buy them, do what you want with them really!
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Emily Blewitt Oct 9
Husband has been clearing gorse for charity today. He explained how his colleagues all thought he was nuts for rescuing all the shield beetles and ladybirds from the cut gorse before it was burned (apparently the spiders make a quick getaway; the bugs are not so canny). I said,
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Carrie Etter Oct 9
Whole poetry pamphlets/chapbooks/collections/anthologies focusing on domestic abuse (for a student)? RTs appreciated to help me find him everything I can!
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clare potter Oct 6
Edrych ymlaen croesawi pobl eto i'r arddongosfa Poems hidden in the beast house. Absolute privelege to have these words translated by .
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clare potter Oct 9
A very big thank you to for bringing me to -- an amazing experience to read with and The audience were swpa dwpa welcoming and supportive. Clearing my diary for next year so I can make it to more events ❤️
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Rhys Owain Williams Oct 8
This year’s was incredible. Thank you so much to all our performers, volunteers, venues, sponsors and everyone who attended an event for making the festival possible, and to and for inviting to be part of it. To 2019!
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Isabelle Kenyon Oct 6
If you've been published through an independent press, send me a link to your work and publisher! Wanting to find new poets especially and presses 😊📖
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The Swansea Fringe Oct 7
After an afternoon of poetry discussion and readings at , we’re about to round off the literary portion of this year’s with a performance from – a mesmerising collaboration of poetry and songs from Paul Henry and Brian Briggs.
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Natalie Ann Horror-borow 🎃 Oct 6
Along with Kolkata Book Festival and the Waterstones launch in 2017, was one of my favoruite readings ever 💛 Thanks so much to all who supported and to fantastic hosts/organisers!
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The Swansea Fringe Oct 6
Just about to kick off our Voices of Swansea event at . Excited to hear from Darren Chetty (), Richard James Jones, Natalie Ann Holborow () and David Hughes.
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The Swansea Fringe Oct 6
There’s an evening of literature at this Saturday, starting with the screening of a film-portrait of poet Robert Minhinnick at 5pm, followed by a reading and Q&A. Then later at 8pm there’s an event showcasing some of ’s contemporary voices.
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The Swansea Fringe Oct 5
Heading to HQ at to pick up your festival wristband? Why not also pick up a free book (or two...or three...), courtesy of and . First come, first served – they’ll be here all weekend until they’re gone!
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