Our favorite astro-poet, Stuart Atkinson, has written a wonderful ode to Voyager 1 in commemoration of the spacecraft reaching interstellar space. Stu has a knack for turning science into poetry! The First Starship I needed no ...
‘Water’ is the subject of this year’s National Poetry Day, Thursday 3 October, inspired by Coleridge’s mariner’s famous cry: “Water, water, everywhere”. This year, bringing liquid refreshment to all parts of the UK, there will be poetry readings, launches, prizes, performances and happenings. See also www.national poetryday.co.uk
Inspired by Michael Gove's advice for teens to swap sexting for love poems, we have gathered together news and teaching resources to celebrate National Poetry Day on 3 October (Poems and National Poetry Day: news and teaching resources round up
Reading Post Professor publishes prison poem to mark National Poetry Day Reading Post TIME FOR TIME by Peter Robinson / '… a trial cannot end like a play.'* / Along the banks of the Kennet canal / you see bare walls, its central tower, / barred...
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