poetry Tag Archive

‘The Sun and Her Flowers’ is a shining success


Sophie Henderson shares her thoughts on Rupi Kaur's latest book 'The Sun and Her Flowers'....

Review: An Evening with an Immigrant


Chris Wilkinson shares his thoughts on Inua Ellams' 'An Evening with an Immigrant' and why it is such an important show in our time....

Award-winning poet joins University’s English School


Sinéad Morrissey, a celebrated poet born in Northern Ireland, has just been appointed as a Professor of Creative Writing in the School of English Language, Literature and...

A Nude Study and Me


How is it that, in 1914, Henri Gaudier-Brzeska drew a nude of me, 1914 – when I wasn’t even a thought, not a little bean or nucleus, no sperm swimming to egg and egg;...