Ashani Lewis (winner of the 2016 Christopher Tower Poetry competition) talks to one of the judges, Katherine Rundell, about how it feels to have won first prize.
Ashani Lewis, first prize winner in the 2016 Tower Poetry competition, reads her poem ‘Flowers From The Dark’
2012 tutor, Alan Gillis, talks to participant, Camille Ralphs about the value of the summer school and how approachable it is. Podcast:
Following the conversation between Michael Schmidt, William Wootten and Peter McDonald on ‘Poetry and Consensus’ to mark the 2015 relaunch of PN Review, a lecture by Peter McDonald, introduced by… read more →
On Friday 27 November, shortly before the lecture by Peter McDonald to mark the 2015 relaunch of PN Review, Michael Schmidt, William Wootten and Peter McDonald met at Tower Poetry,… read more →
Tower Poetry’s website has hosted reviews of new volumes of verse (along with very occasional reviews of books about poetry). By no means everything has been covered: 126 reviews over… read more →
To mark the 2015 relaunch of PN Review, a lecture by Peter McDonald, introduced by Michael Schmidt, on Friday, 27 November at 5:30pm, Blue Boar Lecture Theatre, Christ Church, University of… read more →