Issue 13 – 21 September 2021
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Come and view the beautiful Haiflu poem at Chatham Library, created as part of the Estuary Festival. A Haiflu is a collaborative visual poem, inspired by the beautiful Medway Estuary.
Be inspired, write your own Haiflu and post it into the box.
Free, Exhibition View Medway Libraries website
Folkesone Triennial: Poetry on the Theme of Art
We are celebrating both National Poetry Day and the Folkesone Triennial by asking people to write about one of the artworks presently on show in Folkestone for the Triennial. The event will be like an ‘open-mic’ and anyone who comes is welcome to read their poem(s) – no need to book.
The event will be hosted by Poets’ Corner Folkestone and takes place at Eleto Chocolate Cafe 12-14 Rendesvous St Folkestone CT20 1EZ – 7pm-9.30pm
Performance, Free, Open mic