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Oxford Poetry Feb 11
Our issue on the theme of 'Europe' (Winter 2018-2019) is currently at the printers - looking forward to sharing it with you all! 🤩
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Peninsula Press Feb 4
We want this to reach as many people as possible. To that 🔚: Follow us and RT this for a chance to win a copy of everything we have published so far! 💫💫💫 Winner announced Friday evening (8th) 🍀🍀🍀
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Ledbury Poetry Fest Jan 25
Following the success of the inaugural mentoring programme, to encourage diversity in poetry reviewing, we are delighted to announce that it is continuing & looking for 4 additional emerging BAME critics to mentor. Details of how to apply
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Ralf Webb Jan 23
Excited to read at The Poetry Review winter launch this evening () alongside and Fleur Adcock 🍊🍊🍊 (which seems to be at max capacity but there's a wait list here > )
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Oxford Poetry Jan 16
Two pieces of news for 2019: Our next issue on the theme of "Europe" will be out later this month; and we are delighted to welcome Luke Allan (former Managing Editor at Carcanet Press and Deputy Editor at PN Review) as our Assistant Editor. Welcome, Luke!
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BrookesPoetryCentre Oct 30
Not long to go until Jay Bernard () visits Brookes to read from & discuss their award-winning piece 'Surge'. Join us tomorrow! Tickets are free, but register here: Book signing & refreshments to follow!
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Jennifer Wong Oct 19
In my local, very local café (where tea is 80p), reading for the next book review for ☕️
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Oxford Poetry Oct 17
Thank you to everyone who submitted to our themed call for poems on "Europe". The editors are currently reading your work and will be in touch as soon as possible.
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BrookesPoetryCentre Sep 17
Very much looking forward to this Saturday's ! Come and buy our pamphlets & join us for readings by , & . Full programme, magnificently organised by & , here:
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Sarala Estruch Sep 18
Delighted to share my review of 's incredible debut collection Everyone Knows I Am a Haunting published in today's . Huge thanks to & for the opportunity.
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Oxford Poetry Sep 14
A gentle reminder that our submissions window on the theme of "Europe" closes end of September (this month)! Send your best poems our way!
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BrookesPoetryCentre Aug 31
We're absolutely delighted to be welcoming (Jay Bernard) to on 31 October to present work from their evolving piece 'Surge', an earlier version of which won the Ted Hughes Award. Tickets are free - don't miss this!
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Tarn MacArthur Aug 31
Am finally back in the UK and have my hands on this beauty:
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Natalie Linh Bolderston Aug 17
Thank you also to the platforms that have published my poems, & given me the confidence to put together a manuscript: , blog, , , Smoke ( ), & . Much love ❤
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Woodstock Bookshop Aug 22
Now taking bookings for this year's Woodstock Poetry Festival! Wendy Cope , Esther Morgan Sean O'Brien Jamie McKendrick , Imtiaz Dharker
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Oxford Poetry Aug 4
Excited to share our call for submissions for the next issue, which will be on the theme of "EUROPE". Check out our homepage for the full call for submissions: Send us your best work by 30 September 2018! We look forward to reading it.
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BrookesPoetryCentre Jul 31
Last few days to enter our International Competition! Judge: Kayo Chingonyi | Open and EAL categories | £1000 to winners in both categories and £200 to second place! |
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UNHCR Italia Jul 29
Shukria è una giovane rifugiata con un incredibile talento: la 📝 A soli 15 anni è arrivata prima in un concorso della sua scuola. Oggi ha 20 anni, studia all'Università di Londra e le sue poesie sono state pubblicate su
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Leo Boix Jul 25
Another great issue of Brilliant translations by Anna Kisby & Pnina Shinebourne plus a stunning essay on queerness as translation by & superb review by I can’t recommend this issue enough!
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BrookesPoetryCentre Jul 23
Our International Competition is judged by Kayo Chingonyi! Please share, tell your friends & enter here before 6 August:
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