English poet Rosalind Jana awarded international Hippocrates Young Poets Prize for Poetry and Medicine http://t.co/nrZLIXlaUD #paperli
John Ashbery & Frank O'Hara on Erje Ayden, the Pulp Writer for the New York School : The Poetry Foundation http://t.co/WX1u0Yvt64 #paperli
Nothing wrong with 575 haiku: Editors' Choice http://t.co/sFDtttO7YI #micropoetry #haiku #ku
Exciting new opportunity for a writer-in-residence at CICE, in association with CBI http://t.co/r7jmtzO1zY #paperli
Quatrains for a Calling by Peter Cole : Poetry Magazine http://t.co/MNKyazBrkw #paperli
- Nov 8, 2009 12:00 AM The 1000 Verse Renga
- Sep 26, 2008 4:59 PM Wing Beats: British Birds in Haiku launch #2
- Mar 9, 2008 7:18 PM Wing Beats: British Birds in Haiku
- Aug 18, 2007 2:40 PM The Poetry School workshops: haiku & senryu; renga; and "Korean, Japanese & Chinese Forms"
- Aug 18, 2007 1:09 PM The With Words International Online Haiku Competition 2008
- Race Against Time Marro…
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- Shelleyan Orphan
- Venus Eleven
- Kizzy Morrell
- Annie McGann
- Newton Park Poets
- Poetry Unplugged
- Tracy Wall
- Nigel McLoughlin
- Janice BOSTOK
- Ross CLARK
- Niall O'Sullivan
- Benjamin Zephaniah
- Tears in the Fence
- Jen Hamilton-Emery
- FROM BASHO
- Anatoly Kudryavitsky
- Play On Words Festival
- Linton Kwesi Johnson
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- Void Magazine
About me:Check out my Area 17 blog:
Or to read my haiku:
With Words & haiku
Check out The With Words International Online Haiku Competition 2008: Haiku Competition
Or my haiku bulletin page (includes CV) Haiku Bulletin page & CV
Check out: The Poetic Image: Haiku and Photography
Check out THE Yorkshire Guide to what's on!
Who I'd like to meet:Real people who are bigger than the boxes that society tries to put us in, and who stay genuine inside and outside their jobs or whatever else they do. It isn't just writers, poets, and creative artists, who make this world worth visiting, but they sure do help.
- Status: In a Relationship
- Height: 7' 6"
- Zodiac Sign: Virgo
- Smoke: No
- Occupation: Many things, some even pay.
MoviesForeign films; anything black & white; anime; good SF films; trashy SF films as long as they have less than 3 stars on the rating system, in fact no stars is even better.
Occasional Hollywood type films of course, but what really grabs me is any interesting independent film-making. Take for instance the mesmerisingly breaktaking film Kelling Brae directed by Alan Miller:
BooksCarol Ann Duffy's 'Rapture' is a real must for anyone romantic, or anyone who isn't a romantic. Anything by Bill Higginson: check his sites on the haiku links at Area 17.
HeroesMost of them are dead, but I hear a few live ones have been allowed to live by the bureaucrats, but their time is runnin' out.