Carol Ann Duffy

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Danny Yee's Book reviews
The Gods of Olympus; Classical Mythology (Barbara Graziosi, Helen Morales)of Hyacinth and Xena: Warrior Princess. And she touches on some feminist approa
Danny Yee's Book reviews / Posted 2 days ago
of Hyacinth and Xena: Warrior Princess. And she touches on some feminist approaches to myth-making, by Christine de Pizan, Carol Ann Duffy, and others. A final chapter looks at the New Age movement's revival of classical mythology. Here Morales... Read more
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The Courier
Instapoet Rupi Kaur, an internet sensationin." The Best of the Festival: Poetry and Performance: Readings from Hera Lind
The Courier / Posted 15 days ago
in." The Best of the Festival: Poetry and Performance: Readings from Hera Lindsay Bird, Ali Cobby Eckmann, Ivan Coyote, Carol Ann Duffy and Rupi Kaur. Thursday, 3pm, Roslyn Packer Theatre, $30, 92501988, swf.org.au Sex, Blood and Death: Rupi... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Spud-lover you’ll like John Hegley comes to Norwich with special poem just for ushis 2009 book The Adventures of Monsieur Robinet. Hegley cites among poets amo
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 16 days ago
his 2009 book The Adventures of Monsieur Robinet. Hegley cites among poets amongst his favourites including Seamus Heaney, Carol Ann Duffy and D H Lawrence, and many more are referenced in his poems. “I’d always loved writing,” he has said of his... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Another fantastic year lies in store at Woodstock Poetry FestivalSarah Watkinson and Gina Wilson. The festival attracts major poets. In previo
Oxford Mail / Posted 23 days ago
Sarah Watkinson and Gina Wilson. The festival attracts major poets. In previous years there have been readings by Carol Ann Duffy, Alice Oswald, Liz Lochhead, Liz Berry, Sarah Howe, Michael Longley and Tony Harrison, to name just a... Read more
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heraldscotland
Scotland's Makar: Gay and black, she once fled the country - now she's symbolic of a changed nationher friend the Afro-Caribbean writer Fred D’Aguiar. She would go on to raise hi
heraldscotland / Posted 1 months ago
her friend the Afro-Caribbean writer Fred D’Aguiar. She would go on to raise him in a long-term relationship with the poet Carol Ann-Duffy. Now, she observes, Glasgow and Edinburgh are much more mixed. “You get a real sense of a country in flux... Read more
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heraldscotland
The Makar's Scotland: diverse, inclusive and with poems galore for everyoneher friend the Afro-Caribbean writer Fred D’Aguiar. She would go on to raise hi
heraldscotland / Posted 1 months ago
her friend the Afro-Caribbean writer Fred D’Aguiar. She would go on to raise him in a long-term relationship with the poet Carol Ann-Duffy. Now, she observes, Glasgow and Edinburgh are much more mixed. “You get a real sense of a country in flux... Read more

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