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second book of poems by the Poets" Fellowship, Bristol.

Poets" Fellowship (Bristol)

second book of poems by the Poets" Fellowship, Bristol.

by Poets" Fellowship (Bristol)

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Published by Partridge and Love Ltd in Bristol .
Written in English


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Pagination83p. :
Number of Pages83
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Open LibraryOL18368767M

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Bristol-based Poetry group for inspiring workshops and great new writing New Lines is a new, fortnightly poetry group to inspire and support poets, meeting at Hamilton House, Stokes Croft, Bristol, every other Wednesday. £3. Come to get break old habits and get new words flowing, with fast-paced writing exercises, a range of world, historical and contemporary poetry to read and thoughtful. Since the fellowship is provided to give writers time to work on a first or second book of creative work, you are no longer eligible to apply, even though your books were in different genres. Writing Sample (fiction and poetry fellowships only).


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