You might remember that we were planning a poetry festival this weekend…and we’re still going to bring you some amazing poems by some wonderful poets!
On Sunday 17 May, we launched our Sheaf Mini Digital Poetry Festival, sharing a poem every half an hour. If you missed it, you can watch all the readings via the embedded videos below.
12 noon: Welcome from creative director Suzannah Evans
12.30pm: Abbie Neale reads from ‘Threadbare’
1pm: Ben Ray reads from ‘The Kindness of the Eel’
1.30pm: Callan Waldron-Hall reads from ‘Learning to be Very Soft’
2pm: Krystelle Bamford reads for Sheaf Poetry Festival
2.30pm: Claire Cox reads ‘My Brother as a Mezzotint’
3pm: Phoebe Stuckes reads from ‘Platinum Blonde’
3.30pm: Genevieve Carver and the Unsung perform ‘Little Green’
4pm: Caleb Parkin: ‘Garden’, a poem-film
4.30pm: Jonathan Davidson reads from ‘A Commonplace’
5pm: Isabel Galleymore reads from ‘Significant Other’
5.30pm: Will Harris reads from ‘Rendang’
6pm: Abi Palmer reads ‘Sickness’ (from ‘Sanatorium’)
6.30pm: Carrie Etter reads from ‘The Weather in Normal’