Call For Dyslexic Writers and Performers

dyssing monadys is set to prove Labour MP Graham Stringer and Professor Dennis Harding   wrong, with the annual festival for dyslexic story makers, poets, performers and filmmakers, called, dyssing monadys.

 

The festival is completely funded by msft with the help of venue sponsor, The Horse, 124 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7XG and opens on Monday 5 October 2009 as part of Adul...

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Arvon residential poetry course 9-14 November 2009

Arvon courses come highly recommended and this promises to be a great one for Writers Out Loud. Stage and Page is a course for spoken word artists who want to push their work further, and poets interested in creating pieces specifically for a live audience. Tutors Francesca Beard, Luke Wright ...

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Big Issue North - Poetry Competition

The Big Issue In The North is running its first annual poetry competition in conjunction with National Poetry Day.

Whether you are an enthusiastic amateur, a published poet or have never...

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New Poetry School Programme Launched

The new Poetry School programme has been announced and includes:

* Courses, workshops, talks, and individual tutorials to teach adults to write poetry

* For all levels: beginners to advanced

* S...

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Liverpool's Shakespeare Festival

Shoeless Carole invites you to come along to this years festival. She says, "Having seen my good friend Ian Hayles also a poet here on Write Out Loud,  in last year’s production of A Midsummer Night’s...

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Lady of Shalott Day

This month's poem was chosen by Elvis McGonagall who says of it, "In the wake of yet another Red Nose marathon in March of this year and the subsequent news that erstwhile portly tunesmith Gary Barlo...

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Mark Mace Smith Wins Wigan!

There was a fantastic night of poetry at the Tudor on Monday 3rd of August. Mark Mace Smith (pictured - photograph by Darren Thomas) was the eventual winner but the competition was fierce. Second was ...

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Winner of MAG Competition

The winner of a unique online poetry contest set up to raise funds for international landmine clearance charity MAG has been formally announced today.

Francesca McMahon’s poem “1st Thirteent...

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