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Katrina Naomi and National Poetry Day

[...] The Parsonage is very delighted to welcome Katrina Naomi as our first Writer in Residence. She will be visiting the museum over the next few months and [...]

Poetry Day poems

[...] . Small dream, dare to dream, let good hearts hope: pocket my heaven, my key is love and light. Katrina Naomi [...]

Poetry Day - The Parsonage 'Up Close'

[...] Poets Jane Commane and Char March ran a poetry day at the museum on Friday 21 August, capturing poetic responses from a wide range of visitors. On [...]

Poetry Day - Tuesday 11 August 2009

Poets Sarah Hymas and Sue Wood ran a successful creative writing day at the museum. They offered simple creative writing activities for visitors and f [...]

Poetry Day poems

[...] and lines written by visitors at the Bronte Parsonage Museum to celebrate National Poetry Day 2009, based on words chosen from Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights. One or two of the [...]

Katrina Naomi and National Poetry Day

The Parsonage is very delighted to welcome Katrina Naomi as our first Writer in Residence. She will be visiting the museum over the next few months an [...]

Poetry Day poems

[...] poem uses phrases and lines written by visitors at the Bronte Parsonage Museum to celebrate National Poetry Day 2009, based on words chosen from Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights. One or two of the [...]

Getting started...

[...] The Bronte Parsonage Museum has received funding to develop a series of projects that celebrate and showcase women's [...]

Poetry Day poems

[...] This poem uses phrases and lines written by visitors at the Bronte Parsonage Museum to celebrate National Poetry Day 2009, based on words chosen from Emily Bronte’s [...]

Poetry Day - Tuesday 11 August 2009

[...] activities for visitors and families. Lines from poems by Yorkshire women writers such as Gaia Holmes, Sylvia Plath and Helen Dunmore were placed as text installations around the museum to get [...]

Poetry Day - Tuesday 11 August 2009

[...] delicate, and also have a pretty pattern. These shoes are so different to our shoes now. By Lorna Coldwell. Sarah and Sue also performed impromptu readings of poems by the Brontes, the poems by [...]

Katrina Naomi and National Poetry Day

[...] along the route. In the exhibition room, visitors are invited to join in some 'Bronte fridge magnet poetry' - words taken from Wuthering Heights are turned in to new abstract lines, as silly or [...]

Poetry Day poems

This poem uses phrases and lines written by visitors at the Bronte Parsonage Museum to celebrate National Poetry Day 2009, based on words chosen from [...]

Poetry Day - Tuesday 11 August 2009

[...] for visitors and families. Lines from poems by Yorkshire women writers such as Gaia Holmes, Sylvia Plath and Helen Dunmore were placed as text installations around the museum to get visitors thinking. [...]

Katrina Naomi and National Poetry Day

[...] The Girl With the Cactus Handshake, will be published in October 2009. She won the 2008 Templar Poetry Competition and her pamphlet Lunch at the Elephant and Castle was published later that year. She [...]

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Katrina Naomi and National Poetry Day

[...] The Parsonage is very delighted to welcome Katrina Naomi as our first Writer in Residence. She will be visiting the museum over the next few months and [...]

Poetry Day poems

[...] . Small dream, dare to dream, let good hearts hope: pocket my heaven, my key is love and light. Katrina Naomi [...]

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