John Botterill remembers Malton's A64 in new volume of poetry

Write Out Loud regular and former resident of Malton in North Yorkshire, John Botterill, has produced a second volume of his poetry. All Roads Lead to Malton is described as a “poetic, autobiographical trip down Memory Lane, following a path from early childhood, primary school through to university and adulthood”.

The setting, initially, is rural Yorkshire but we follow John’s journey to many ...

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Tyneside poet and former weather presenter meets media storm after relocating from Caymans

A Tyneside poet and former TV weatherman has found himself at the centre of a blizzard of local media coverage. American Joey Avary relocated from his job as a TV journalist and weatherman in the Cayman Islands to working as a customer adviser on the Tyne and Wear Metro. Since the news got out, Joey...

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Online launch for posthumous publication of Grant Tarbard's collection titled 'dog'

A community of poets will be reading on Zoom at the launch of dog, a posthumous collection of poems by Grant Tarbard, who died last year at the age of 43. Poets reading from 7.30pm on Wednesday 8 Marc...

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Winning poems go on display at Metro station in Newcastle

Prize-winning poems from a competition run by Nexus, the Tyne and Wear transport authority, have gone on display at a busy Metro station in Newcastle. Last year to mark National Poetry Day Nexus invit...

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