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Reliquiæ Vol.3

Reliquiæ Vol.3 by Corbel Stone Press

Introduced by Richard Skinner 

I first encountered the remarkable Corbel Stone Press late in 2013  when I bought a booklet of theirs entitled ‘Wolfhou’. 648 more words

A Book A Day In Hay

Proletarian Poetry at the Poetry Library

On Wednesday 6th April, Proletarian Poetry took over the Poetry Library as part of their Special Editions series. With the poets, Mona Arshi, Rishi Dastidar, Fran Lock, Clare Pollard, Richard Skinner, and Laila Sumpton, this was always going to attract a full house. 1,395 more words

Rishi Dastidar

The Reading List, Week 8 - McCabe, Hopkins, Skinner, Sawkins

All the National Poetry Day euphoria over with and I’m back into the swing of The Reading List this week, and some wonderful reading to report on. 914 more words

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Swindon, Antiphon, John and Emergency Poetry

Last week I had the pleasure of attending, for one evening only, the Swindon poetry festival. I was there to read from the ‘Double Bill’ … 773 more words

For The Love Of Blake: London fundraiser for Blake's cottage Saturday 19th September 2015, 7pm

FOR THE LOVE OF BLAKE Authors including Deborah Levy, SJ Watson and George Szirtes gather at Waterstones Piccadilly to save William Blake’s Sussex cottage

Saturday 19 September 2015, 7pm-8.30pm, Waterstones Piccadilly… 403 more words

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Dark Nook by Richard Skinner

My grandfather made his living in the water; he would often get a knock at the door from the police to say there was a body floating in the Clyde. 886 more words

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A busy few weeks

If this blog was a room in your house, I’d be rushing into it, refusing your offer of a cup of tea, calling my news over my shoulder and rushing out again.  794 more words

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