During the sombre days between November 11 and Remembrance Sunday, the nation will pause and slow down and remember those
Manchester’s new poetry library, based on Manchester Metropolitan University’s Oxford Road campus, opened its doors to the public for the
A collection of poetry, paintings, photographs, collages, words and memories are on display at The Lowry as part of the
When he was diagnosed with a chronic illness as a teenager, Chris Moore’s whole perception of self was changed –
A digital art campaign aimed at raising awareness of homelessness and breaking the surrounding stigma is on display around Manchester
It isn’t often you get to speak to a wizard of words: Lemn Sissay MBE is just that. Born in
This month a series of free events by Manchester City Council are being held online to celebrate Black History Month.
Internationally renowned poet Olivia Gatwood will be performing her gut wrenching and life affirming poetry first-hand at The Dancehouse in Manchester.
The Bard of Salford John Cooper Clarke turns 70 today, and doesn’t look a day older than when he burst onto the scene over 40 years ago.
January 25 is Burns Night, the anniversary of the birth of Robert ‘Rabbie’ Burns, Scottish poet and revolutionary.
Books exploring magic, bereavement and landscape are among the fiction and nonfiction shortlisted for a £10,000 writing prize dubbed the ‘Booker of the North’.