A busy gathering place for students, staff and visitors from all over the world is not where you’d normally expect to find an exhibition of poster-poems. But if all those poems were bilingual, with many different languages represented, written originally by poets often famous in their own countries ? That might be quite an […]
A very good international magazine called “Resurgence,” based in Devon, did a feature on the project in August this year. Click here for the online version. And during November, an exhibition of the project’s bilingual poems went up in a busy public setting run by Bristol University. The poems make a strong public statement of mutual […]
Our new title – Poems for…the wall. It makes clearer the fact that we supply poems for public space. It doesn’t affect the titles of our collections.
This new website – It is almost finished now. It is striking to look at ; it is technically up to the mark ; it is simple to use. Thanks Joe.
Our “three main collections” have now become five. The two new ones are “Poems for…self at sea” (on mental ill-health) ; and “Poems for…bridges to learning disability” (on learning disability). You will find them on this site in the “Poem Collections” menu.
The “Poems for…” project is proud to display four poems written by people President Trump would wish to ban. Click here for links to the poems. Two were written by Iranian poets (once called Persian) ; one is in Syrian Arabic ; one in Somali.