Spent time yesterday with young and upcoming poet Belinda Zhawi. Looking forward to good things from her, too.
Happy Wednesday! On the train to Nottingham to work with poets for Shake the Dust. Looking forward to good things.
RT @audanika: If you need anything from reddit, imgur or even Wikipedia, get it while they’re still online. They’ll be blacked out tomor …
And "leadership" is still a keyword for 2012. Step Change offers professional development for leaders in the arts… http://t.co/D0vuzPxH
Photoset: dunnefrankowski: Since the start of the year, I’ve been really taken by the idea of having… http://t.co/w4KlQW0d
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More about NV (Note 3: you no longer need to copy and paste. Hold cmd-shift-e…)— using notational velocity :mnmlist— http://t.co/tPZ0JQ6t
If you don’t have Notational Velocity already, try it out. This is where all the (text-based) magic happens for me… http://t.co/UM7Mp7VF
It’s alarmingly easy to forget how important it is to dream, and dream freely, not just to flesh out someone else’s vision or needs…
Photo: “A snowstorm, we are frozen and wait.” Julien Coquentin (via London Street Photography Festival -… http://t.co/wJ06zB8L
Photo: From 12 January to 1 March the UltraLounge on the Lower Ground floor of Selfridges London will be… http://t.co/iMnJL2ls
From 12 January to 1 March the UltraLounge on the Lower Ground floor of Selfridges London will be transformed into a library and become the epicentre of the Words Words Words theme. The library will provide a unique interactive space to become fully immersed in the topic, from specially curated ranges of inspirational books to fascinating classes and lectures from The Idler Academy and It’s Nice That.
[Schedule includes a couple of Faber poetry readings and lots of storytelling from Rachel Rose Reid.]
"I believe that the most complex and profound truths are usually arrived at when we allow our…" http://t.co/9BlYKKqp
- How a Poem Happens: Corrinne Clegg Hales