Young poet and producer Tash Keary tells us about poetry, absurdity, and the art of talking nonsense.
Celebrating 200 years since the publication of Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s ‘Kubla Khan’
We ask five-times Foyle Young Poet and Poetry Book Society Next Generation poet Helen Mort to tell us a little more about exploring the ‘nots’ and ‘nevers’ in poetry
The BBC Proms Poetry Competition 2016 is open for entries!
However you feel, however you voted (or would have voted, if you could), we’re urging you to write about it.
To celebrate the launch of SLAMbassadors 2016, spoken word artist Kareem Parkins-Brown talks about speech, stammering and his journey into slam poetry
Carolyn Forché talks to Shami Chakrabarti about writing, politics, and the ‘poetry of witness’.
To help you negotiate the tricky terrain of poetry submissions, we’ve put together a list of our top tips for submitting your work.
Announcing the winning poems in our challenge about global and gender inequality.
We talk to poets Rufus Mufasa and clare e. potter about commemorating International Dylan Thomas Day.