Ledbury Poetry Player
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Maya C. Popa is a Romanian-American writer, academic, and editor whose books include American Faith and, newly released to rapturous acclaim, Wound is the Origin of Wonder.
Two poets discuss how the look of their poetry on the page is critical to their processes of organic exploration and transmission.
30. Dead Poets Society 6: Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Don Paterson, Dinah Roe, Fiona Sampson & Claire Armitstead
A celebration of the 44 love sonnets published in 1850 by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, superstar poet and linguist of this parish.
Christine de Pizan dwelled within the heart of late-medieval Paris and wrote more than 40 works including poetry, historical and political treatises and defenses of women.
With Karen Leeder, Professor of Modern German Literature at Oxford, poet Ulrike Almut Sandigand and Martyn Crucefix, translator of The Duino Elegies.
Join Mona Kareem and Al-Saddiq Al-Raddi with their translators Sara Elkamel, Bryar Bajalan and Shook, for moving bilingual readings and exploration of their work.