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Liz Berry 12h
Thank you everyone for your kind words. Thank you & . What a dream & what a night for poetry. But above all, thank you to the moms, my beloved comrades in that wild queendom. This poem and this win are for you. Long may you reign!
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Congratulations to , winner of the 2018 for Best Collection for their remarkable book Don’t Call Us Dead. Read a crown of sonnets from the book here.
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Forward Prizes Sep 18
It’s Danez Smith for Don’t Call Us Dead!
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Forward Prizes Sep 18
Danez reads from ‘summer, somewhere’ ‘if snow fell, it’d fall black. please, don’t call us dead, call us alive someplace better.’
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Forward Prizes Sep 18
Replying to @Carcanet
‘He stunned me so I’m hanging on to language by its clichés, pushed to singer-songwrite fingernails down a tumbling slate precipice.’ Vahni Capildeo, ‘Day, with Hawk’
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Forward Prizes Sep 18
The Forward Prize for Best First Collection goes to Phoebe Power, for *Shrines of Upper Austria*!
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Replying to @GrantaMag
You can read Liz’s poem here:
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Huge applause here on the announcement that Liz Berry’s ‘The Republic of Motherhood’ is the winner of the 2018 for Best Single Poem 🎉
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Liz Berry reading her poem ‘The Republic of Motherhood’ ceremony
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Forward Prizes Sep 18
‘As required, I stood beneath the flag of Motherhood / and opened my mouth although I did not know the anthem.’ Liz Berry, ‘The Republic of Motherhood’
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Granta Sep 18
In advance of the for Poetry 2018, and share sublime food experiences, discuss their latest collections and ask each other how best to bring community into poetry:
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Forward Prizes Sep 18
It's the TODAY! So excited, can't wait to meet the poets and hear everyone read tonight.
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Granta Books Sep 18
🚨🚨Stay vigilant this autumn for your authors. Tom Gauld in at the weekend
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Literary Hub Sep 17
Rebecca Solnit weighs in: “There is a long brutal tradition of asserting that men are credible but women are incredible, men are objective, women are subjective.”
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Catch this Autumn! A season of fantastic, uncomfortable and challenging films from . Looking into racism, censorship and the legacy of colonisation. Book now!
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‘He could do or say anything he wanted with her and no one would ever find out. It gave him a vertiginous, light-headed feeling to think about it.’ – Sally Rooney:
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