Today the Walsall Poetry Society is pleased to announce that its charity anthology of poems from the West Midlands and beyond is available to buy.
Featuring over 100 pages of poetry from a variety of talented poets the book can be yours by following the link below.
CLICK HERE TO BUY THE BOOK
Part of the money made from the sale of this book will benefit a local charity, details of the recipient to be announced soon.
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Yesterday I was lucky enough to be involved in the local celebration of National Libraries Day, as myself and other members of the Walsall Poetry Society took part in Cannock Litfest. This was a great event where local poets, historians, authors and illustrators gathered to meet the public and each other to talk about their work.
I had a table where I could display the second edition of my current poetry book and chat to interested folks as they came to browse.
To say the day was busy would be an understatement as I juggled selling books, holding an impromptu poetry workshop on Frozen and meeting the other attendees. I really enjoyed the day and just want to say thanks to Cannock Library for inviting myself and other Walsall Poetry Society members.
And we made the paper, click here.
This Friday – January 22nd – Walsall Poetry Society are holding a free poetry workshop at Pelsall Library.
The workshop starts at 10:15 am and is expected to run for around two hours. The theme of the event is about enjoying, writing and performing poetry with attendees getting the chance to write their own poems during the morning.
Details on where to find Pelsall Library can be found by clicking this link
So if that sounds like fun contact Pelsall Library to book a place, their phone number can be found in the link above. I’ll be one of the organisers so hope to see you there.
If you are a local poet why not submit work to Walsall Poetry Society’s forthcoming book, click here to learn more.