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Posted 07.02.14 in Workshop

Crossing the Line – Helen Mort’s final Cape farewell challenge

Former Foyle Young Poet Helen Mort sets out her fourth and final poetry writing challenge, asking you to respond to images from Cape Farewell’s archive of photos, videos and blog posts.

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Posted 17.01.14 in Workshop

Building it up, breaking it down – Helen Mort’s third Cape Farewell challenge

Former Foyle Young Poet Helen Mort sets out her third poetry writing challenge, asking you to respond to images from Cape Farewell’s archive of photos, videos and blog posts.

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Posted 23.12.13 in Workshop

On the Move – Helen Mort’s second Cape Farewell writing challenge

Former Foyle Young Poet Helen Mort sets out her second poetry writing challenge, asking you to respond to images from Cape Farewell’s archive of photos, videos and blog posts.

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Posted 20.12.13 in Workshop

Vanishing Acts – Helen Mort sets the first of her new Cape Farewell challenges

Five-times-Foyle Young Poet and TS Eliot Prize-nominated Helen Mort introduces the first of her four poetry writing challenges, asking you to respond to images from Cape Farewell’s archive of photos, videos and blog posts.

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Posted 08.02.13 in Features

Cape Farewell Challenge 4: A ‘ditty box’ for the world

Sailors took ditty boxes to sea – what would you put in a box for Planet Earth?

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Posted 01.02.13 in Features

Cape Farewell Challenge 3: Experiments in the Jungle

Jungles, experiments and ants – write a poem responding to climate change!

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Posted 25.01.13 in Features

Cape Farewell Challenge 2: The Skin You’re Living In

Polar bears, arctic terns and a talking shire horse – write a poem in response to climate change!

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Posted 18.01.13 in Features

Cape Farewell Challenge 1: Consumerism and the Great White Sale

Icebergs and shopping – write a poem in response to climate change!

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