Thursday, May 19, 2022

Tag: poetry

Golden retriever helps owner win major poetry prize

A GOLDEN retriever is being hailed as the inspiration which led to his owner winning a major poetry prize. Brighton based poet John Davies has...

PREVIEW: Award-winning unique poetry show Don’t Bother heads to Edinburgh Fringe

The stand-up poetry show Don’t Bother, starring multi award-winning performance poet Bróccán Tyzack-Carlin, will be part of the line-up at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The comedy and...

PREVIEW: Finest Poet of WW2 to be Celebrated in Edinburgh

The life and poetry of Keith Douglas, widely recognised as the finest poet of World War Two, is to be celebrated in Edinburgh ahead...

ALTER EGO Q&A – Karen McLeod/ Barbara Brownskirt

Deadline at the Fringe are interviewing performers across the month, putting 20 questions to them – both as an artist and as their stage...

Robert Burns poems read to dogs to help them bond with humans

ROBERT BURNS’ works are loved by people around the world but now his poems have found a new four-legged fan base. His works are being...

McGonagall did pen deliberate gash because he desired mountains of cash

A SCOTTISH poet widely regarded as the worst writer ever may have produced bad work "deliberately", according to a top academic. William Topaz McGonagall's The...

Latest News