Category Archives: American poetry

Fire and Ice Drop-In Delights

We had a really jolly evening Tues 6th at the Poet in the City monthly poetry Drop-In, which was hosted again by John Mole, Poet in the City’s beloved Poet in Residence. There was ice in the air outside, for … Continue reading

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John Berryman: An American Dream Song

Henry, edged, decidedly, made up stories Henry the protagonist of the Dream Songs and his alter-ego Mr Bones (a minstrel Henry) occupy pages of a non-linear, disjointed poetry that portrays the life, fears and insecurities of its creator. John Berryman … Continue reading

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Good Poetry Events Make Good Results

A review of Poet in the City’s Robert Frost event by volunteer Jamie Field. It started with a mending of a wall and ended in a satisfying completion of it. The wall metaphorically being the poetry of Robert Frost that … Continue reading

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Robert Frost: An American Memory

Poet in the City volunteer Jamie Field provides a personal perspective of Robert Frost Robert Frost once remarked to a friend that he wanted to write a poem that would be remembered for years. Not only has he succeeded in … Continue reading

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The Americans are coming!

During November two extra-special events will be hosted by PinC in celebration of the American idiom. Yes, finally! Event Manager KATE LEWIN gives us a taste below of what to expect and has promised to follow this up with some … Continue reading

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