Sign In using your Campus Account Poet-in-Residence Round Up: Week 4

It’s been another busy week for our Poet-in-Residence, Remi Graves.


    • On Tuesday, Remi reminisced about dancing to Janelle Monae with sisters, discussing the empowerment & hope of lyrics and asking for your own manifestos for a bright future.


    • “My neighbours daughter has created a city”. On Wednesday, Remi shared Alicia Ostriker’s 1937 poem ‘Utopia’.


    • Remi blogged about the artist Cornelia Parker on Thursday, who created the work ‘Meteorite Lands on Wormwood Scrubs’ as part of the British Council’s Private Utopias project.



    ‘In the cracks between dawn and awake

    I dreamagine the kind of school

    my children’s children might frequent…’

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