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 their latest Spring/Summer issue of the Society’s own highly-praised magazine Twelve
The following links are associated with the article by Derek Adams on Ekphrastic poetry in Volume 11 Issue 1 of Twelve Rivers (Spring/Summer 2020). The Iliad, Book XVIII, [The Shield of Achilles]- Homer Poem 64 – Catullus Ode on a Grecian Urn – Keats Musée des Beaux Arts W.H. Auden
Because of the coronavirus (covid-19) pandemic, the 7th Festival of Suffolk Poetry cannot now be held in 2020. The festival will be held on 8 May 2021.
Exposure focuses on the extraordinary life of Lee Miller, the American born photographer, model, muse and WW2 war correspondence.
Fifty-eight poems from Ivor Murrell ranging from the wonders of the Suffolk countryside to personal journeys and challenges.
25 June 2011 Soundings was an event focused on exploring the use of sound in poetry. Readers were invited to read in dialect to show how dialect affected and worked in poetry. Cameron Hawke Smith opened proceedings with a talk about Sorley MacLean, assisted by Anna McCrae. Anna McCrae read
Dr Ronald Blythe with Dr Frances Ward 4 March 2013 Dr Ronald Blythe was the castaway for Desert Island Poems that was co-hosted by SPS and Mosaic Poets of Colchester. Dr Frances Ward, Dean of St Edmondsbury, was the interviewer. The venue was Christchurch, Ireton Road, Colchester, and was packed
Wentworth Hotel, Aldeburgh 14 October 2012 Kenneth Steven was the Adjudicator for the 2012 Crabbe Poetry Competition. The winners were Caroline Gilfillan, First Prize, with ‘Christina’s World’, Anne Boileau, 2nd Prize, with ‘Study to be Quiet’, and James Knox Whittet, 3rd Prize, with ‘Birds Viewed From A Cage’. There were
Wentworth Hotel, Aldeburgh 9 October 2011 Elaine Feinstein was the Adjudicator for the 2012 Crabbe Poetry Competition. Unfortunately, she could not attend the awards ceremony, so Pauline Stainer, President of SPS, took her place. First Prize went to James Knox Whittet for ‘Languages of Babyle’. Second Prize went to David