This was recorded for National Poetry Day 2015, and fits the theme ‘Change’ brilliantly. Here is one of the Twilight keepers reading Matt Goodfellow’s Poem, I wasn’t Me Tonight.
A poem on the subject of ‘Change’ in the run-up to National Poetry Day, October 4th. This poem appears in my book Animal Magic, pub. IRON Press.
As part of National Poetry Day 21015, we made 14 poetry on 2015s theme of ‘Light’. This poem by Pie Corbett, read during one day on the streets of Bristol, also fits 2018s theme – ‘Change’.
National Poetry Day this year is on 4th October.
Roger Stevens’ bio on this site, including one of his poems, is here.
Here are the out-takes and boo-boos and some of the fun takes from a group of children’s poets who met earlier in the year to make some poetry films and do a poetry performance…
I give you, A FOLLY OF POETS, Ed Boxall, Liz Brownlee, Jan Dean, John Dougherty, Sue Hardy-Dawson, Trevor Millum, Eric Ode, Andrea Shavick, Roger Stevens, Philip Waddell, Celia Warren, and Bernard Young.
All the above poets have websites where the actual poem performance might or might not appear… but I can tell you, mine, Back in the Future, is on my site, here!
Ed Boxall’s is an artist poet, and his work can be found here.
Another fire poem for the heatwave! This one is also part of the National Poetry Day celebrations 2015, when the theme was light. This poem by lovely Michaela Morgan is read by Eleanor Trapp, a partner in John Lewis, read in the lighting department by kind permission of John Lewis Partnership.
As it’s so HOT, and there have been lots of fires breaking out, here is a poem read by fire-fighter Paul Cornelius by Mary E Cronin, filmed as part of National Poetry Day 2015’s theme, Light. 15 people whose jobs or ways of life were associated with light read poems that incorporated light.
Filmed at Chew Magna Fire Station by kind permission of Avon Fire and Rescue.
Roger’s latest book is The Waggiest Tails, a book of poems written by dogs, and a little help from Roger and Brian Moses, Otter-Barry Books.
Congratulations to Sue Hardy-Dawson, who was shortlisted for the CLiPPA award this year with her excellent and much recommended book, Where Zebras Go, Otter-Barry Books.
Here she is a few years ago performing her poem Terrible Lizards, by permission in Bristol Museum and Art Gallery.