Write Out Loud relives some memorable live poetry moments

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During the coronavirus shutdown Write Out Loud has been looking back at some wonderful live poetry moments over the last few years … and re-running some of our favourite reviews to refresh memories, and to remind ourselves that this won’t last for ever. Here Greg Freeman hears Frieda Hughes talking about trying to win recognition for her own poetry, and fighting comparisons with her two parents, at Wenlock poetry festival in Shropshire in 2014. 

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Frieda Hughes, Much Wenlock, 2014 ►

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