Suffolk Poetry Society’s New Interactive e-newsletter Ever-mindful of their members’ little grey cells, the committee of Suffolk Poetry Society has come up with an innovative way to engage and inspire poets during these very difficult times. As announced in the Society’s own highly-praised magazine Twelve Rivers, they have designed an
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14 June 2020 Usually, at about this time of year, SPS poets visit Walpole Old Chapel near Halesworth for a themed reading. This year the theme was Colours. Because of the lockdown and social distancing caused by the coronavirus and Covid-19 pandemic, this year the event was held virtually, on-line
by Peter Sandberg Peter Sandberg’s book has been self published and can be purchased directly from Peter via the email address email@example.com @ £8.00 From the review in Twelve Rivers Vol. 11, Iss. 1, p.27: Peter Sandberg achieves realism in his poems with exact and revealing detail. At the same time,