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Norwich poet and author John Osborne invites to explore the poetic possibilities in the aisles of our local supermarket on today's NaPoWriMo podcast.https://johnosborne.bandcamp.com/audiowww.poetrynonstop.comโดย Patrick Widdess
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Spring is in full swing and summer's just around the corner. Look back on memories from a previous summer and write a poem for today's NaPoWriMo prompt from Holly Marie Shakeshaft. poetrynonstop.comโดย Patrick Widdess
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Will Ingrams challenges you to think of an unlikely comparison and write a poem that shows that it works - like his love and a summer's day in Shakespeare's Sonnet 18.poetrynonstop.comโดย Patrick Widdess
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Cathleen Davies returns with a prompt to write a poem for the dead and shares a hard hitting poem about teenage murder victim Elianne Andam as inspiration.cathleendavieswrit.wixsite.com/cathleendavies-comwww.poetrynonstop.comโดย Patrick Widdess
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Casey Garfield invites you to write a nature poem about something you wouldn't normally write a nature poem about. Listen for further explanation and an example poem.caseygarfield.co.ukpoetrynonstop.comโดย Patrick Widdess
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Norwich poet Cathleen Davies invites us to look to the silver screen and explore memorable films for today's prompt. They share their poem inspired by Thelma and Louise.cathleendavieswrit.wixsite.com/cathleendavies-comwww.poetrynonstop.comโดย Patrick Widdess
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Norfolk poets Andy Bennett and Russell J Turner (pictured) read sonnets from this year's edition of 28 Sonnets Later in which four poets take it in turns to write a sonnet every day in February. You can read all the sonnets from this month and previous years at 28sonnetslater.blogspot.com.www.poetrynonstop.com…
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Former guest Linda Collins takes over to interview upcoming poet Olivia Tuck. They discuss Olivia's work and how autism has shaped her poetry. Olivia also reads a couple of poems from her yet to be published manuscript Mistress of Arts.www.poetrynonstop.comโดย Patrick Widdess
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Jenny Knight shares some poems on the Norfolk Poets podcast. She says: "I am a concentrate of transexual ambition, Prosecco and middle-class privilege that may contain traces of passion fruit."www.poetrynonstop.comโดย Patrick Widdess
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Grime poet the Anti Social Worker reads some poems and talks about his life as a poet, journalist, DJ and freedom fighter plus his return to the studio to record his latest album Militant Business and Grime Poetry.http://m1music.com/antisocialworker.htmlwww.poetrynonstop.comโดย Patrick Widdess
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Jenny Danes reads three poems in the Norfolk Poets series.Jenny Danes is a poet, writer and workshop facilitator from Essex. She studied at Newcastle University and now lives in Norwich. Her work has been published widely in journals such as Poetry Wales, The Rialto, Magma, Under the Radar, Butcher’s Dog and bath magg. In 2016 she won the Poetry Bu…
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The Anti Social Worker AKA Paul Wellings shares a poem ahead of an upcoming interview in which he talks about his extraordinary life and career as a poet, journalist, musician, DJ, freedom fighter and more. Having started out in London's East End he now lives on the Norfolk coast, where he's making a name for himself on the local spoken word scene …
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Cathleen Davies shares three poems in the Norfolk poets series covering topics including the pandemic, the Mars Rover, David Bowie and love. Find out more at: https://linktr.ee/cathleendavieswriter?fbclid=IwAR2ueBy55UdE_K5VQrfFOAR8xA_Nk0WimZR4pRCDzjJrBiSfj79H7_Ewn7sโดย Patrick Widdess
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Peter Wallis reads poems from his forthcoming collection Half Other, about his twin brother and how he was inspired by Matthew Welton to explore repetition in his poems.www.poetrynonstop.comโดย Patrick Widdess
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It can be easy to get weighed down by life and social expectations, but the guest on this episode, C. D. Seventeen, has always chosen her own path. C. D. grew up in China and moved the UK aged 17 to study psychology. She cycled solo around the Scottish Highlands and Orkney Islands, writing all the way and later publishing her collection: The Weight…
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