inspirational Study Poets,
available at Waterstone's
Gower Street, are discussed at the twice monthly workshops.
Poets of London Poetry Projects
Poets of London online poetry projects are designed to enable you to
tune in to your poetic side and to the poetic in the environment.
Poets of London's founder and director is Sally Crawford. Her work is
published in Stand, Agenda,
Still Journal of Short Verse and Stride
For further details, email email@example.com
Poets of London poetry projects take inspiration from some of the work
of the Study Poets discussed in our workshops. Poets of London poetry
is 'by and for people who love their cities'. So the poetry written and
read is not only about London and other cities but about 'being a poet'
and 'accessing the poetic' in London and other cities.
Discovering the Poetry of the Everyday
Learn how to tune in to your poetic side and the poetic side of the everyday.
Poets of London is open to poets new and established as well as those
interested in poetry and the built environment.
Add poetry to your life
response to the Jubilee Line Extension (JLE) Project (the brief is the
comprehensive one 'transport and being transported'). [The JLE runs from Green
Park to Stratford via Westminster, Waterloo, Southwark, London Bridge,
Bermondsey, Canada Water, Canary Wharf, North Greenwich, Canning Town and West
The RIBA/Arts Council Architecture Award 1999 was won by Roland Paoletti,
Architect in charge.
Poets based in other cities are welcome to contribute literary responses to
their own city metros and/or public transport systems.
Further details of the JLE Project and of JLE Services can be found on the
London Transport site:
Poets of London Poetry/Effective Writing Clinics
Poets of London
Poetry/Effective Writing Clinics take place according to demand. For further
details, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org