Pamphlets

CAMPUS Pamphlet: ‘all that’s ever happened’

Make room on your digital bookshelves for the latest in our series of flicky PDF pamphlets, a series in which we celebrate the talents of the students taking place in our courses and projects. The New North Poets are a group of talented new writers who have come to the Poetry School via New Writing…

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CAMPUS Pamphlets: ‘Mixed Borders’

This giant marrow of a flicky book is the latest in our series of CAMPUS pamphlets, and has sprung from the green fingers of our Mixed Borders poets. In early summer this year, we collaborated with the London Parks and Gardens Trust to put sixteen poets in sixteen of the gardens taking part in London…

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Finding a little STEAM space…

And another ‘Lo and Behold!’ project comes to fruition – this one’s a flicky book CAMPUS pamphlet recording the poetic conversations and collaborations between Caleb Parkin and his associates. Riled by Education Secretary Nicky Morgan’s commentary on the place of the arts in education, his group of artists and scientists started asking themselves – using…

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try to build a pamphlet: Transreading Central Europe

Not just new ways to write, the Poetry School’s Transreading Central Europe course was about experiments in reading. For the 10 weeks of the course, myself and other students puzzled over languages we barely understood to create poems based on the sounds or shapes of Polish, Slovene or Hungarian (homophonic translation)—which in my case had…

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CAMPUS Pamphlet: ‘The Blueprint – New North Poets 2015’

This is very exciting, this is. Over the last couple of years the Poetry School have been working with New Writing North on a writing and mentoring programme with the five recipients of New Poets Bursaries at the 2013 Northern Writers’ Awards. The bursaries were awarded to emerging poets to help develop their first collections…

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CAMPUS Pamphlets: ‘BLOOMSOUND’

‘Would you like another flicky book?’ Yes I said yes. Here you are then, this latest CAMPUS Pamphlet published on Bloomsday, the date that James Joyce’s Ulysses take place. Last year, Chris McCabe ran a 3 term course for us, spending the Autumn reading Ulysses, the Spring writing new poems in response and the Summer…

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CAMPUS Pamphlet: ‘Interventions’ by Ian Duhig

A new publication for your digital shelves, arising from our Lo and Behold! scheme. We are delighted that Ian Duhig, who worked on a L&B-funded project with Wordquake, Sewerby Hall and Bridlington Poetry Festival, is publishing Interventions as a CAMPUS pamphlet with us. Ian created a series of poetry interventions at Sewerby Hall in response…

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Silent Spells: poems from our Manchester Museum project

Last year, the Poetry School dispatched a group of poets, led by Helen Mort, to the Manchester Museum and let them explore its endless curiosities – whale skeletons, hunched tigers and delicate paper birds – guided by the wisdom of Anna Bunney, Curator of Public Programmes, who introduced some of the Museum’s rarest objects and…

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CAMPUS Pamphlet: ‘Silent Spells’

Last year, the Poetry School dispatched a group of poets, led by Helen Mort, to the Manchester Museum and let them explore its endless curiosities – whale skeletons, hunched tigers and delicate paper birds – guided by the wisdom of Anna Bunney, Curator of Public Programmes, who introduced some of the Museum’s rarest objects and…

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Sharpened Into Absence: poems inspired by the Polar Museum, Scott Research Polar Institute

Earlier this year, the Poetry School collaborated with the Scott Polar Research Institute in Cambridge on a series of poetry workshops. Led by Lucy Hamilton and Lucy Sheerman, students explored the museum’s exhibits, research and artefacts in search of inspiration for new work. Via the first of a new series of ‘CAMPUS Pamphlets’ we’re delighted…

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CAMPUS Pamphlet: ‘Sharpened Into Absence’

Earlier this year, the Poetry School collaborated with the Scott Polar Research Institute in Cambridge on a series of poetry workshops. Led by Lucy Hamilton and Lucy Sheerman, students explored the museum’s exhibits, research and artefacts in search of inspiration for new work. Via the first of a new series of ‘CAMPUS Pamphlets’ we’re delighted…

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