Home Tags Poetry

Tag: Poetry

Making GCSE poetry optional is out of touch with the times

It all started with a line by line analysis of Carol Ann Duffy’s ‘Havisham’. Overly highlighted, barely readable annotations and lots of wiggly lines...

“I want people from all ages, even the fresh, baby-faced queers”:...

Talya Stitcher regretted not getting involved in the queer community while studying in Leeds, so when she moved to Sheffield she threw herself in...

On the edge of extinction: the drive to save endangered languages

If one thing has been made clear this year - be it from the school climate strikes to the Extinction Rebellion protests - it...

Places of Poetry: A unifying project

Places of Poetry is a crowd-sourcing project open to everyone across England and Wales, designed to generate and appreciate poetry that reflects the national...

Viral verse: how Instagram has inspired a new generation of poets

The rise of Instagram poetry certainly didn’t happen quietly. Becoming the bone of much contention, the worlds of social media and literature collided. Characterised...

Otis Mensah: “It has to be hilarious when you use the...

Hip-hop artist Otis Mensah on his time so far as Sheffield’s first poet laureate, arts in the education system, and being a “child of...

Review: Unsettled by Aditi Babel

With limited knowledge about this anthology before delving into its pages (apart from the blurb boasting themes of commitment issues and the whereabouts of...

Latest articles

Trending articles