Let me die a youngman's death(1967) --Roger McGough.

Let me die a youngman's death(1967) --Roger McGough.

The Sound Collector by Roger McGough! I read this poem when I was little. I've loved it since then!

The Sound Collector by Roger McGough! I read this poem when I was little. I've loved it since then!

Quote of the day! Lemn Sissay, Desert Island Discs 11 October 2015

Quote of the day! Lemn Sissay, Desert Island Discs 11 October 2015

Summer with Monica by Roger MCgough (born 1937)

Summer with Monica by Roger MCgough (born 1937)

Daljit Nagra: Daljit Nagra was born and raised in West London, then Sheffield, and currently lives in Willesden where he works in a secondary school. His first collection, Look We Have Coming to Dover!, won the 2007 Forward Prize for Best First Collection and was shortlisted for the Costa Poetry Award. In 2008 he won the South Bank Show / Arts Council Decibel Award.

Daljit Nagra: Daljit Nagra was born and raised in West London, then Sheffield, and currently lives in Willesden where he works in a secondary school. His first collection, Look We Have Coming to Dover!, won the 2007 Forward Prize for Best First Collection and was shortlisted for the Costa Poetry Award. In 2008 he won the South Bank Show / Arts Council Decibel Award.

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McMillan becomes the first poet to win the £10,000 prize with Physical, a ‘breathtaking’ collection that explores modern male anxiety in settings from the gym to northern industrial towns

Guardian first book award 2015 goes to poet Andrew McMillan

McMillan becomes the first poet to win the £10,000 prize with Physical, a ‘breathtaking’ collection that explores modern male anxiety in settings from the gym to northern industrial towns


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Tippoo Sultans incredible white man eating tiger toy machine - Book jacket for Daljit Nagra collection of poems, published by Faber and Faber

The Great Memory Animator with Daljit Nagra

The Great Memory Animator with Daljit Nagra

Daljit Nagra - Poetry, Language & Identity

Daljit Nagra - Poetry, Language & Identity

Illustration for a poem by Daljit Nagra,within the contest of the "Poetry Broadside" project, helmed by publisher Faber&Faber.

Display celebrating a visit to college by poet Daljit Nagra!

Display celebrating a visit to college by poet Daljit Nagra!

Daljit Nagra - Look We Have Coming to Dover

Daljit Nagra - Look We Have Coming to Dover

Daljit Nagra - Look we have coming to Dover!

Daljit Nagra - Look we have coming to Dover!

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Michael Longley, Ceasefire lesson

Michael Longley, Ceasefire lesson

Poet Daljit Nagra explains how Coleridge uses language, form and imagery to create the heady exoticism of Kubla Khan.

Poet Daljit Nagra explains how Coleridge uses language, form and imagery to create the heady exoticism of Kubla Khan.

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