I have two new poetry-related academic publications which will I hope interest you: Published on line this month: Hennessy, J., … More
Widening the poetryscope: in exploring how their anthology is constructed, students should be encouraged to widen what I would like to call their poetryscopes… they should argue over how they might edit or rearrange the classroom anthology that they are studying…
Our Hair comes the Science Bit project team participated in the British Science Festival in Coventry on a very lively Friday night. We were really pleased to engage so many people in creative, scientific discussions about hair. Visitors viewed strands of hair under the microscope, asked questions about its structure, talked to our resident genetics and psychology experts about hair related issues, explored hair advertising, took a VR journey into keratin and visited me, the Poetdresser, in the Rock ‘n’ Roller parlour, to write collaborative poems about their hair.
An inspiring teaser for the full length film from wearepoets.co.uk The blurb below is taken from their site: “We Are Poets presents … More