Hadley Stewart sits down with Andrew McMillan to discuss his latest poetry collection, pandemonium, and how he hopes to provide a language to the abstract daemons in our lives.
Jeffery Sugarman is an American-born poet living in London and a Jerwood/Arvon mentee with Hannah Lowe for 2019-20
Caleb Parkin shares a poem about loss.
In this exciting play for LGBT History Month, a working-class man journeys from Victorian Bolton across the Atlantic to meet visionary queer American poet, Walt Whitman, only to discover a surprising new kind of love.
On Wednesday 28 November, Flapjack Press launches Manchester Isn’t the Greatest City in the World, Gerry Potter’s latest collection of hard-hitting sociopolitical poetry, prose and plays.
Kojey sees himself as a poet first and rapper second. In his new single ‘Water’ his words tackle ideas of race, masculinity, poverty and social injustices.
LGB-QWERTY in association with Derbyshire LGBT+ Presents ‘Looking Back, Looking Forward’.
As part of the Africa Writes 2016 programme, the British Library will be hosting an evening of readings and discussion on sex, love and desire, spanning the sexuality spectrum and the African Diaspora experience.
PP Hartnett will be releasing a new poetry collection this October.
We kick off our new column, Poems for Your Fridge, with a meditation on desire and gender.