LINKS FOR WRITERS
Absinthe Literary Review
This is an interesting little magazine with American editors.
Eric Gregory Awards
This is an award given by the Society of Authors, London. Every year it awards a substantial amount of money to the best five or six poets under thirty. This is well worth entering as there are other benefits attched apart from the financial ones.
Godiva Festival Review
This review discusses an event set up by the Heaventree Press. For more information on this see the information in my blog entry on teh subject
Ledbury Poetry Festival
This is a very enjoyable event, which is not as commercial as Hay-on-Wye's festival.
Ledbury Poetry Festival Review
This review features readings from last year's Ledbury Poetry Festival.
Discover more about this magazine.
Read sample copies of Poetry Nation Review here edited by Michael Schmidt.
Poetry Library at Royal Festival Hall
This is a new archive of poetry magazines including Ambit, Magma, Poetry Review, Poetry Wales and The North.
This is a solid internationalist journal which obviously has some interest in Wales and Welsh literature. It is extremely egalitarian in its outlook on the publishing of new and established writers.
A website devoted to reading. analyzing and discussing poetry.
Another interesting web-journal.
This is a fine anthology published annually, and edited by Esther Morgan, a lecturer at UEA (University of East Anglia) and a poet (published by Carcanet).
A Welsh journal published annually.
Find out about the poetry magazine, Stand, here.
One of the best poetry webzines on the net. Edited by Rupert Loydell.
The Heaventree Press
See my blog entry on this subject for basic information on the press.
The Listening Booth
The American poetry society has a number of audio clips of poets reading which can be listened to here.
The Poetry Society
The Poetry Society (UK) provides a number of services for writers.
The Poem Website
An interesting webzine, which includes a platform for new work -Limelight and a forum.