Posted on July 10, 2009 by paulblezard
If you’ve been reading these posts by the bloggers-in-residence and have your own perspectives on events you’ve seen or opinions on the posts you’ve read, please do comment.
We’re only really here to catalyse the debate and to flag up what we like the look of, but there are many more of you than there are of us and, frankly, you’ll have points of views that we haven’t considered. It’s not a private party but an open door. Come and join us in virtualitland. Just click on the ‘leave a comment’ tag at the bottom of each post and make free with your words. You’ll be very welcome!
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Posted on October 28, 2008 by Southbank Centre staff
Our Poetry International 2008 blog is up and running, and full to the brim already. Everyone from our Artist in Residence Lemn Sissay to poet and blogger Katy Evans-Bush to the Head of Literature and Spoken Word at Southbank Centre Rachel Holmes (and more and more and more) are leaving their thoughts about this year’s festival.
Go and take a look.
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