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Poetry Space provides a platform for the very best

in contemporary poetry from around the world

 

Established in 2010, Poetry Space is a social enterprise, with all profits being used to widen participation in poetry and to empower people through creativity. Poetry Space is not just about writing poetry and getting published. It is about spending time doing something creative that you enjoy for its own sake. Or bringing joy into someone else’s life by sharing something you have written or made with them. 

Please take time to browse this website and enjoy what it has to offer. We are currently taking submissions for  Poetry Space Quarterly Showcase and the annual competition to be judged this year by  Bobby Parker.  Please read our privacy policy before contacting Poetry Space.  The deadline for submission to Poetry Space Autumn Showcase is August 10th, and the competition, August 31st, 2020. 

Please contact me if you are interested in mentoring to develop your poetry and/or for well-being. 

Join us at friends of poetry space – just £25 per year and great value

 

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Summer Showcase – June 2020

Editor Susan Jane Sims Poems by M. Anne Alexander, Moira Andrew, George Hopewell, Hanna Komar, Michael Kwaku Kesse Somuah, Cathryn M. Spiller, and Keith Woodhouse

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Audio recording – Hanna Komar

Featured poet- audio recording. Hanna Komar, an award winning poet from Belarus, reads her poem, Amira.

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