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Posted 07.06.13 in Features

Poetry Overseas: Writing Across Borders

Jack Little from Newcastle tells us about his experiences setting up a poetry press in Mexico and invites submission from UK poets aged 16-25.

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Posted 24.02.12 in Features

Submission Accomplished: Sending Your Poem To A Poetry Magazine

Kirsten Irving, editor at Fuselit and Sidekick Books, shares her inside take on how to impress magazine editors.

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Posted 10.06.11 in Features

Futurepoets: Achieve Your Goals With Digital by Chris Meade

The digital age has arrived and it’s time for young poets to seize on their first-rate knowledge of technology/web and apply it to their writing. Poets need to be clear with themselves about what their goals really are and how a networked laptop can help them to get what they want.

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Posted 06.05.11 in Features

The Way to People’s Hearts: The Possibilities for Poets in the Digital Age

Sitting at a laptop in a pool of free WiFi, networked to the world, we find ourselves at an amazing moment: the perfect time to think afresh about the best way to read and write with the tools now available to us.

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Posted 15.04.11 in Features

Starting a Magazine

In this feature, Kirsten Irving and Jon Stone give their advice on starting a magazine and suggest some magazines they think you might enjoy. We have also jotted down ‘Ten Steps to Starting a Magazine’ to help guide you through your first issue.

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Posted 24.03.11 in Features

Poetry for Peanuts

If you want to explore the great world of poetry, luckily you can go far with just a pocket full of change. Alex Pryce seeks out poetry for under a fiver.

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