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Incommunicado - Paul Groves
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Nocturne - Lachlan Mackinnon
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Guy’s and St Thomas’s - Kayo Chingonyi
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How To Cry - Kayo Chingonyi
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Cycnus in Soho  - Will Burns
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A Man Made of Water - Will Burns
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The Door of No Return - Yomi Sode
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Nii Ayikwei Parkes grew up in Ghana but was born in the UK where he later returned for further study, where with the friendship and tutelage of fellow black poets he became a vibrant new voice in British performance poetry. 

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Gone - Nii Ayikwei Parkes
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Patience Agbabi is a poet much celebrated for paying equal homage to literature and performance. Born in London to Nigerian parents and fostered in a white English family in North Wales, her work moves fluidly and nimbly between cultures, dialects, voices; between page…

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A E Housman

B. 1859 D. 1936

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Alfred Edward Housman, the eldest son of a Bromsgrove solicitor, was born in 1859. He attended Bromsgrove School as a dayboy, but soon after he started there his mother fell ill and his father sank into helpless despondency; as the…

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John Keats

B. 1795 D. 1821

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Keats was born in London in 1795. His father was killed in a riding accident when Keats was eight; his mother died six years later, probably from tuberculosis. The loss of his parents, especially of his mother, was to help…

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Measured, musical and understated, Jacob Polley’s poems delve deep into the elemental, the eerie and the unstable. Whether conjuring a crow from the Biblical tale of Cain’s murder of Abel, his gloves “set alight” and “blackened into life”, or simply…

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Douglas Dunn (b. 1942) was awarded an OBE in 2003 for his services to literature over a career that includes many books of plays, poems, essays and fiction, as author and editor, and awards such as the Hawthornden Prize, the…

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A Farewell Letter - Laurence Lerner
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How the World Split in Two - Moniza Alvi
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