TS Eliot Prize For Poetry Tour – Review

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On 10th October, Liverpool’s The Bluecoat was privileged enough to be one of the ten venues which welcomed a tour organised by the Poetry Book Society, in celebration of the twentieth anniversary of the T S Eliot Prize. Globally celebrated poets, Maura Dooley, Sam Willetts and George Szirtes, read alongside local poet Andrew McMillan, delivering brilliantly More...

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