This site is a Aladdin's cave for anyone who loves words; as well as articles on various aspects of the language, there are book and CD reviews; definitions of words that are so new that they haven't yet made it into the dictionaries; 'Weird Words' - a section devoted to words that refer to obscure or outlandish subjects, are in themselves rare, or which look odd; a question and answer section, and a free email newsletter.
A Scottish poetry pamphlet imprint, and publisher of the poetry chapbook review magazine 'Sphinx'. Pamphlets and magazines available to buy online. Also an annual short story competition, with anthology publication for winners.
Home of the Plough Prize, The Plough Arts Centre provides exciting opportunities for all people to experience a wide and vibrant range of high quality arts events both as audience and participants. Through creative partnerships the Plough Arts Centre is a welcoming and dynamic venue for artistic expression and education, responsive to the needs of the local community and a beacon for the arts across North Devon - visible and valued throughout the South West.
The most comprehensive and accessible collection of poetry from 1912 in Britain, available in many formats: books, pamphlets, audio cassette, cd, video for reference and loan; magazines, press cuttings, photographs, posters and postcards for reference. Also a full-text database for UK poetry magazines.
The Poetry Society exists to help poets and poetry thrive in Britain today. Established in 1909, and now one of Britain's most dynamic arts organisations, the Poetry Society is a membership organisation open to all. Information, publications, news, The National Poetry Competition, resources for teachers.
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