Shirley Flanagan's The Misfits broods over mother nature's scales of morality
FESTIVAL | 2nd-4th November
A poem from Felix Mufti-Wright inspired by a youth playing The Sims and finding a simulated love in the grim reaper
Lyndsay Price offers a collection of works that channel the discovery in loss
With charming candidness, Lyndsay Price uses poetry to make sense of her experiences
Spoken word collective A Lovely Word has moved from the Everyman Bistro to Zoom!
Give Poetry A Chance founder Dan Cullinan shares his experience in running the initiative
Through her poetry, performance and activism, Amina Atiq has emerged as one of Liverpool's most essential voices.
With the arrival of his debut EP, TEE is finally ready to take his rightful place front and centre.
With the cancellation of events, Liverpool's poets have had to make a space for themselves online.
Poets Lisa Luxx and Dayna Ash underscore poetry's power to overcome oppression ahead of an appearance at LAAF.
Madelaine Kinsella's unapologetic celebration of freewheeling Scouse vernacular.
Writer and artist in residence at Chester Literature Festival, Imtiaz Dharker, praises the connective power of words.
Charlie Power walks the streets of Walton with the city's most enigmatic storyteller
Writing on the Wall's Alice Mason reflects on her interview with Benjamin Zephaniah ahead of his show at District
Jarg Magazine blurs the lines between the political and personal with its urban poetry.
The Yemeni published poet and member of Writing on the Wall’s young writers group uses her words to protest and educate