John McCullough is an award winning poet, writer and teacher. His poems often blend the physical with the surreal, the sublime with the everyday, never
“We clamoured to be told the stories she had told us a thousand times before”
Poetic Licence present a workshop and reading with T.S Eliot prize- shortlisted poet Jacqueline Saphra.
“They say the sincerest form of flattery is imitation. Let’s hope, then, that those behind The Poetry Archive – this project’s inspiration – are flattered, sincerely, by
Poetic Licence are back at the Lamb for an evening of poetry with Devon poets Chrissy Banks and Ysella Sims
“This morning I circled the sloping woodland,
its gaping mine shafts, fly-tipped and ivy strangled,
the chimney on its perch, rook-claimed and crumbling.”
A collection of poems about memory identity and belonging, inspired by the rugged beauty of West Devon.
We were bowled over by the quality of submissions we received for the inaugural episode of the Tell Me Something podcast. We’ve collected them together
Kerry Priest is a poet, sound artist and playwright. I caught up with her digitally to talk poetry, life and 2020.
Jackie Juno is a former Bard of Exeter and multiple poetry slam winner. Always a big hit with audiences, I caught up with her remotely to find out more about what makes her creative heart tick.
Catching up with performance poet Harula Ladd to talk all things poetry and find out what lies ahead now that life is stirring again.
Robert Garnham, aka The Professor of Whimsy, has been taking his much-loved brand of LGBT whimsy and humour to UK audiences for over a decade.
Sonnet 8 ‘And suddenly it’s love, no matter who I’m writing to. It used to be warm wishes, kind regards or yours sincerely. Now it’s
Greensand You built your home on greensand, chalk-ridged and sister-hilled, dreaming over again your family’s songlines, in bluebell copses and sunstriped beech woods. But you