From our Kirkbampton gig last month.
I won’t get in the way here with unnecessary words, but I will say another big ‘thank you’ to Josephine Dickinson for being so supportive of the Symposium – and another brilliant reading. I’ll also say that this really is something that rewards rewatching (so thanks to Phil H. for his help in filming it … More Josephine Dickinson reads at Carlisle Poetry Symposium
I am at the point now, a couple of days after the Carlisle Poetry Symposium of gathering my thoughts and wanting to say thank you. Firstly, thank you to Richard Morewood who opened up proceedings, reading from (amongst other things) his book-length poem Towton Field. Thanks also to Ilse Pedler who not only ran the … More I Would Like To Say Thank You
I owe everyone huge thanks for coming to the Symposium on Saturday. You make it happen and you make it special. Thank you so much. If you’d like to keep the inspiration flowing, I am doing a series of workshops at Tullie House. You can find the details here: https://andyhopkinspoet.wordpress.com/workshops/.
I know I am. I would be posting today and yesterday, and tomorrow all about it – but the school I work at has some visitors from an organisation that starts with O. I will post up everything I know/have/feel on Thursday. And I look forward to seeing you all at the Symposium at Tullie … More Looking forward to the Symposium?