Christopher Pittard’s Lockdown Poetry selection is Thomas Hardy’s ‘In Vision I Roamed.’
What does Thomas Fairfax’s translation of Psalm 42 have to do with the COVID-19 lockdown? Rosie Paice has some answers.
Ben Davies’ selection for our Lockdown Poetry series is Joy Harjo’s ‘Washing My Mother’s Body’
Bronwen Price introduces the work of the Welsh poet, Paul Henry.
Maggie Bowers reflects on Edward Thomas’ 1917 poem ‘The Mill-Pond.’
University of Portsmouth students have contributed to commemorations for ‘Holocaust Memorial Day’ at the D-Day Story in Southsea.
Christine Berberich provides some advice on lockdown reading.
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