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    카지노사이트쿠폰 2019

    Poetry Library Southbank Centre - The Poetry Library housing the Arts Council Collection at Southbank Centre

    poem of the week

    "That one -
    I want to dance through his skin."

    Maureen Weldon

    To read the poem, click here

    explore the archive

    • Explore poems from the Middle East as part of Poetry International 2015... Read more

    • Celebrate Greek Poetry: New Voice and Ancient Echoes, with this issue of Agenda... Read more

    • Celebrate the radical history of Poetry Review with these issues from the 60s, 70s and 80s... Read more

    • Read poems from Poetry Parnassus in an issue of Modern Poetry in Translation... Read more

    • Read a selection of poems across the site written about love... Read more

    • Read poetry magazines that were published in 1951 during the original Festival of Britain... Read more

    • Read a selection of poems across the site written about death and bereavement... Read more

    • Read a selection of favourite magazines from previous Poetry Librarians as part of the library's 60th celebrations in October 2013...  Read more



    guide to the magazines site
    Click here to open our PDF quick guide to the site!
    Read more...

    browse our MP3 audio archive 
    Click here to view a list of all the MP3s in our archive.
    (Or click on any magazine in the menu with an audio icon.)
    See the list of MP3s...

    most recent additions

    Here are some of the features we've added most recently...


    Private Tutor

    We're delighted to bring you a full run of Private Tutor,    
    including work by Simon Cutts, Ian Hamilton Finlay and Edwin Morgan  ...Read more





    Agenda

    A special edition of Agenda, guest edited by David
    Connolly. This issue 
    focuses on Greek
    Poetry: New Voices and 
    Anicent Echoes. 
    The new voices include Yannis Kondos,
    Athina Papadaki and Alexandra
     Plastira, 
    alongside ancient echoes from Homer
     to 
    Sappho 
    ... Read more