Coleridge Poem Leaving The UK?/Painting With Poetry Link – Poetry News Roundup March 20th

Publicado por Joanne Jeffries el 20 de March de 2023 a las 03:38 am

Today’s poetry new round-up looks at a rare poem that is at risk of leaving the country, and a rare art find with links to poetry. Rare Anti-slavery Poem at Risk of Leaving UK The Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), says that a poem written by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, which looks at the evils […]


Oe Death/American Lake Renaming Plans Paused/Chowdhury Prize – Poetry News Roundup March 15th

Publicado por Joanne Jeffries el 15 de March de 2023 a las 05:50 am

Today on My Poetic Side, we look at the death of Kenzaburo Oe, the plans to rename an American Lake and the winner of the Chowdhury Prize in Literature. Kenzaburo Oe the Japanese Nobel Winning Poet Dies Aged 88 It has been announced that Kenzaburo Oe, the Nobel literature laureate from Japan, died on 3rd […]


Burns’ Castle For Sale?/Rare Book Consignment Arrives In New York/ O’Shaughessy Award Winner Announced – Poetry News Roundup March 13th

Publicado por Joanne Jeffries el 13 de March de 2023 a las 07:06 am

On My Poetic Side, today, we have articles about the Scots castle linked to Robert Burns that is for sale, the Rare Irish Poetry and Art book that will be the basis for a lecture and the 2023 winner of the O’Shaughnessy Poetry Award. Scots Castle With Links to Robert Burns on the Market The […]


Dante Symposium/Willie Morris Awards – Poetry News Roundup March 8th

Publicado por Joanne Jeffries el 8 de March de 2023 a las 03:39 am

Today on My Poetic Side we have news articles about the annual Dante Alighieri symposium and the winners of the Willie Morris Awards 2023. Dante’s Divine Comedy – The Problem With Trying to Translate it Over the years, The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri has been the subject of many translations both the human and […]


Vita Sackville-West Lecture/Rumi Exhibition – Poetry News Roundup March 6th

Publicado por Joanne Jeffries el 6 de March de 2023 a las 08:14 am

Today in our poetry news roundup, we look at a lecture about Vita Sackville-West and an exhibition on the poetry of Rumi. In-Person Lectures Announced by The Royal Oak Foundation The Royal Oak Foundation which is located in New York has announced a series of lectures that will take place in-person. Titled they will be […]