Sue Dymoke

Poetry: Write, Read, Perform, Listen, Teach

Writing ‘Roaming Range’

The poem ‘Roaming Range’ began to write itself after a conversation at Attenborough Nature Centre about children’s opportunities to engage with nature

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A Shoestring Beeston duo

Sue Dymoke and John Lucas reading 29 Nov. Thinking Like a Poet 11 Dec. Both at Beeston Library

November 6, 2018 · Leave a comment

London Launch at Fourth Friday Oct 26th

Oct 26th London Launch for What They Left Behind. Starts 8pm, Poetry Cafe, 22 Betterton Street, Covent Garden

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What They Left Behind

Copies of my new collection from Shoestring Press are waiting to spring out of their boxes this week. What They Left Behind by Sue Dymoke will be launched on 4th Oct, National Poetry Day, at Five Leaves, Nottingham.

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What They Left Behind: new collection & launch events

What They Left Behind, my new third collection from the fabulous Shoestring Press, is published on National Poetry Day. To launch this collection, I’m reading with fellow Shoestring poet Jonathan … Continue reading

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DNA time: a poetry experiment

Over the last eighteen months I have been conducting a poetry experiment with Pietro Roversi, fellow poet, structural biologist and dear friend, in order to explore the complexities of DNA … Continue reading

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Poetry writing resources for Japanese Teachers

I am pleased to share with you a series of four poetry writing resources for Japanese teachers (of Japanese or English). I developed and used these with students, staff and … Continue reading

July 18, 2018 · Leave a comment

In praise of the pencil sharpener…

This poem has just been published by Taylor & Francis Online prior to publication in English in Education. I have 50 free eprints of the poem. If you’d like a … Continue reading

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Lemn Sissay: Weds 9th May 6.15pm, a free Literary Leicester showcase event

Lemn Sissay in Leicester Don’t miss this great – and free- opportunity to hear poet and broadcaster Lemn Sissay MBE in action at: Lecture Theatre 1 in the George Davies … Continue reading

April 17, 2018 · Leave a comment

Unknown becomes known: discovering new poets, new poems

A key aim of the No One You Know anthology, which I am editing with my dear friend and fellow poet Anthony Wilson, is to introduce readers to poems that … Continue reading

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