• Turning Japanese

    Turning Japanese

    This introductory guide to Japanese short poetry is divided into the main forms ranging from the ancient haiku to the newly established cherita.

  • Busking Poets at Sculpture in the Valley

    On a cool June afternoon, seven poets gathered at Potton Hall to visit the Waveney & Blyth Sculpture Trail and trace its path of artistry and inspiration. “Be inspired!” was the exhortation from Suffolk Poetry Society, of which they were all keen members. And indeed they were inspired! Read more here https://waveneyandblytharts.com/category/blog/

  • On a Knife Edge – new book from SPS

    On a Knife Edge – new book from SPS This collection of poems by SPS members aims to draw attention to the plight of nature in the UK. It was inspired by the theme of the Lettering Arts Trust major exhibition for 2021 On a Knife Edge which runs from Friday, 9th July to Sunday, 7th November at the…

  • Passacaglia – Peter Campbell-Kelly

    Passacaglia – Peter Campbell-Kelly

    Peter Campbell-Kelly is Section Leader, Second Violins of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. In the recording below he plays Biber’s Mystery Sonata No. 16, ‘Passacaglia’ for solo violin. Peter has also written an accompanying poem. He describes the pairing as “…a sort of musical prayer, intended somehow for the well-being of all of us in…

  • Word from the Chair

    Word from the Chair

    Are you interested in sharing your poetry with others? Do you like listening to poetry? Would you like to find constructive criticism for the poetry you write? Would you like to participate in a wide range of Suffolk events with poetry at their heart? Suffolk Poetry Society is the place for you.

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