|Poetry in Wales|
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The stated function of \'Scriveners\' is to provide constructive criticism, help, advice and guidance to its membership of aspiring and published writers. Members meet every other Wednesday evening at The Hen & Chickens Public House, Abergavenny, where their work is made the subject of collective scrutiny and discussion.
Bloodaxe Books is one of Britain\'s leading poetry publishers. Based at Highgreen, Northumberland, its finance and administration is handled by sister company Pandon Press from Bala in North Wales.
The Welsh Poetry Competition
The first Welsh Poetry Competition was set up by poet & writer Dave Lewis in 2007. Officially launched on St David\'s Day @ Clwb-Y-Bont, Pontypridd, 2007 the aim is to encourage and foster the wealth of creative writing talent that we know exists in Wales but currently languishes in the doldrums. We aim to inspire people to capture life in the present day and to give a voice to a new generation of poets and writers.
Looking for someone in the creative/performance world? just fancy browsing some art, music, poety or prose? Use the links above to visit the A-Z or Studios to find members of the creative / performance world, or visit the Gallery, Library or Jukebox to browse some of their artistic work.
Peter Finch Archive
Poetry, fiction, literary history, publishing advice, self-publishing help pages, Cardiff and culture from one of Wales\' leading poets. Links to all Welsh literary sites. Concrete, visual and experimental work. If you like poetry try here.
Online gallery of sculpture, art, poems, sketches and inspirations by Wales-based artist, Nicholas Chapman.
Founded in 1965, Poetry Wales is a quarterly magazine with an international reputation for excellent poems, features and reviews from Wales and beyond. Emerging from a rich bilingual culture, Poetry Wales explores the diverse perspectives of Welsh poetry in English and its international relationships.
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