Kirsten Hively's beautiful blog all about neon in New York. Georgeous images and sweet comments offer a small taste of the city that never sleeps.
The legacy of Andrew Motion's Laureateship, this is a remarkable resource of poems read aloud and written down. As you archive your own favourites, I defy you not to stumble upon poems you've never seen before that you'll want to add.
Bob Clay's wise and generous discussion of 'a wide range of ideas and references to do with the basic theme of the embodied self...offering something of healing to our wounded world.'
Newcastle's newest and loveliest tea house. A perfect haven in the heart of the city with all the tea in China and more.
Newcastle Centre for the Literary Arts offers a diverse range of literary activities within the University of Newcastle and beyond – readings from visiting writers and other projects closer to home.
This is the best first stop for news of writing and reading events in the NE.
The place to go to find out about the art of renga and read contemporary examples of this ancient form.
A poetry press particularly well-known for their translations. A Balkan Exchange, published in 2007, includes work from four Bulgarian poets, Kristin Dimitrova, Georgi Gospodinov, Nadya Radulova and VBV, and Andy Croft, Linda France, W.N. Herbert and Mark Robinson.
A varied and thought-provoking selection of poems written by Buddhists, edited by Ajahn Sucitto and Ajahn Abhinando, two monks in the Theravadin tradition. Here you will find: practice-notes on the joys, struggles, humour and pain of the journey towards truth and freedom.