After a couple of students used a sonnet to take a swipe at Tesco, the Guardian looks back at the often strained relationship
between poets and superstores.
In Troilus and Criseyde, Chaucer takes risks, breaks laws, invents words and enters the dark.
Grants cut off writers from society, whereas past greats worked as ‘taxi drivers and waiters’ to feed their imaginations, says Horace Engdahl
Creative writing courses aren’t killing literature – sanctimonious rich white tossers are
Poet, novelist and blogger Tim Clare replies to Horace Engdahl's article
An interview with Carol Ann Duffy marking her 5 years as Poet Laureate
London poet and short story writer David Bryant muses on how to not make a fool of yourself when starting out.
Thirty years after making his debut as Porky the Poet, Phill Jupitus is still protesting. So what’s new in political poetry?