Betjeman Poetry Prize

Where do you like to write?

Anywhere outdoors. Nature is calming and peaceful so it’s easier to really concentrate, but at the same time it’s inspiring. Last year at the Betjeman Poetry Camp we spent five days living in tents in the grounds of Waddesdon Manor. That was the perfect combination: surrounded by trees but having other like-minded young people

Вы читаете отрывок, зарегистрируйтесь, чтобы читать полное издание.

Похожие интересы

Другое от: Scoop

Scoop2 мин. чтения
Book Reviews For Black History Month 2020
Funky Chickens by Benjamin Zephaniah has just what you need if you like to rhyme, sing, rap or tap! This book is full of poems about the world we live in; from the food we eat to the TV we watch, and even the friends we go to school with. It will bri
Scoop7 мин. чтения
Cruze The Cat
Cruze was a striped tabby cat and he was pretty much your average spoiled house cat: a little over-fed, nicely groomed and very well rested. He had it easy and he knew it, as did all the other cats in the neighbourhood. And boy did they make a big de
Scoop1 мин. чтения
Reaching Out
Standing in a park in East London is a statue of a woman looking at her mobile phone. One of the things that makes this piece of work so special is that it is one of only a few public statues of a Black woman in Britain. Most of the statues and sculp