Fish and chips, Adnams, an elusive butterfly: poets celebrate return to the seaside

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“IT'S REALLY GOOD to be back in the Jubilee Hall – it’s something about the smell.” With those few words Tamar Yoseloff, a former Aldeburgh prize winner and editor of the Lookout anthology that was launched at the weekend, may have summed up for many the joy, enthusiasm and sense of coming home of Poetry in Aldeburgh, which was hurriedly organised by a team of volunteers to fill the chasm created ...

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