2020 Crabbe Poetry Competition winners as chosen by adjudicator Martin Figura. We are delighted to announce the winners of this year’s Crabbe Poetry Competition. Our congratulations to everyone. Well done to all who took part, and especially to those who won prizes or had their poems commended. We are delighted that
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
Twelve Rivers – Spring / Summer 2020 We hope SPS members enjoy the latest Twelve Rivers. Articles include: Close Reading: Plath Riding into Thanatos – Emily Bilman Poetry and Dementia – Richard Whiting Square Poem Challenge – Colin Whyles Ekphrastic Poetry – Derek Adams The Poetic Sequence – Nicola Warwick
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
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.
Crabbe Poetry Competition 2020 Launched FIRST PRIZE £600 SECOND PRIZE £300 THIRD PRIZE £150 PLUS TWO HIGHLY COMMENDED PRIZES OF £75 EACH Adjudicator Martin Figura The closing date for the competition is 15th June 2020. Entry fees: £3 for each poem. to enter and read rules visit https://suffolkpoetrysociety.org/shop/competition/crabbe Sponsored by Fairweather
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.
SPS at Poetry in Aldeburgh 2019 Saturday 9 November An intrepid band of poetry lovers went on a brisk walk round Aldeburgh listening to poems at the Baptist Church, in the Moot Hall where witches were imprisoned by the Witchfinder General and in the churchyard. Elizabeth Soule curated the poems,