24
Jan

Burns Advice/Anatoly Naiman Passes Away – Poetry News Roundup January 24th

Publicado por Joanne Jeffries el 24 de January de 2022 a las 05:50 am

We begin the week with a look at an article about the poet Robert Burns, and the death of the Russian poet Anatoly Naiman. Letters Reveal Robert Burns Advised not to Write in Scots A selection of letters that are part of a project being carried out by the University of Glasgow indicate that the […]

19
Jan

Robert Burns Auction/Costa Book Award Winner/Japanese Poetry Ceremony – Poetry News Roundup January 19th

Publicado por Joanne Jeffries el 19 de January de 2022 a las 07:18 am

Today in our poetry news round up we look at an item related to Robert Burns that is up for auction, the winner of the poetry category in the Costa Book Awards and the annual Japanese poetry ceremony. Plaque of Robert Burns Goes up for Auction In the run up to Burns Night, a cast […]

17
Jan

Williams Prize/James McCash Competition/Planning Permission Near Poet’s Residence – Poetry News Roundup January 17th

Publicado por Joanne Jeffries el 17 de January de 2022 a las 07:34 am

Today’s poetry news round up looks at the recently announced winners of the Meredith Williams Poetry Prize and the James McCash Scots Poetry Competition. We also look at an article about planning permission near the former home of a local poet. 2022 Meredith Williams Poetry Prize The winner of the 2022 William Meredith Poetry prize […]

12
Jan

TS Eliot Prize Winner/Tank Bund Poem/Maya Angelou Quarter Shipping – Poetry News Roundup January 12th

Publicado por Joanne Jeffries el 12 de January de 2022 a las 06:33 am

Today our poetry news round up takes a look at the 2021 winner of the TS Eliot Prize. We also bring you an article about the possibility of a poem becoming a feature at Tank Bund in India, and finally the news that the Maya Angelou quarter has begun shipping. TS Eliot Prize Winner Announced […]

10
Jan

Eliot Prize Shortlist Revealed/Nobel Poet’s Political Stance Caused Friction – Poetry News Roundup January 10th

Publicado por Joanne Jeffries el 10 de January de 2022 a las 03:37 am

We begin the week with a look at the shortlist for this year’s TS Eliot Poetry Prize. We also look at the poet who was almost not awarded a Nobel Prize for Literature over their political views. TS Eliot Poetry Prize Shortlist The shortlist for this years TS Eliot Prize, which carries a cash fund […]