The Bargain Hunters

10 November 2013 Here was a different experience of poetry – first the words, and then the words set to music and sung. The moods of the varied poems in this Songs of Suffolk Poets Sunday lunchtime performance ranged from wistful reflection and quiet observation of the natural world toContinue Reading

Cameron Hawke Smith at Walpole Old Chapel

“Poems that have been inspired by poetry, music or art of others, in our own time and language or from distant times and cultures’’

Gregory Warren Wilson

On 29 May 2017, Gregory Warren Wilson and Nancy Mattson headlined the 4th Festival of Suffolk Poetry. Terry Waite CBE talked to Lord Phillips of Sudbury about his life and new book of poetry.

Antony Johae (b. 1937 Chiswick, Middlesex) has a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature – a study of Dostoevsky and Kafka. He has taught at the University of Essex and in Germany, Ghana, Tunisia and Kuwait. He retired in 2009 and now divides his time between Colchester and Lebanon (his wife’s country of origin).