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Web Site all about Bristol's Poetry Slam Group Locations: Montpelier
 
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Poetry Can is a charity aiming to encourage as many people as possible within the Bristol and Bath areas to get involved in poetry activity.
 
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We offer unique workshops for new or experienced writers e.g. our 1000 Verse Renga Project: http://area17.blogspot.com With Words is not for profit with events & competitions for artistic & community & literacy purposes in an effective & relaxed atmosphere. We are highly experienced and sensitive to individual/group/organisational needs. Ask about Bristol online discounts.
 
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Suspension is a Bristol based online magazine publishing work by poets with ties to the South West. We aim to publish quality poetry as well as articles and announcements from writers, groups and events organisers from across the region.
 
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Created by a Bristol poet, Poetry Space is for everyone who loves to read and write poetry. We publish a selection of new and exciting poetry online and invite you to send in comments on the poems you have read and receive feedback from others.
 
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Monthly meeting on first Saturday of each month 10am - 12noon. Opportunity to read, write, listen, discuss poems of your choice. Call 07801 304 439
 
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Roy Hutchins performating the poetry of Heathcote Williams at Bristol Anarchist Bookfair. 5pm-6.30pm on Sat 7th May 2011. Venue: Hamilton House Stokes Croft, Bristol. Event also features Rebecca Tantony's performance poetry workshop at 4-5pm. See website for review with further info. http://www.bristolanarchistbookfair.org/
 
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Hydra Bookshop and Café will be hosting Royal Babylon which comes to Bristol as part of a 'road show' that also includes Moscow, London, Dundee and Edinburgh. To coincide with the 60th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's Royal Jubilee, the filmmaker collective at Handsome Dog have created a multimedia exhibition mixing the Best of British Rock to retell Heathcote Williams’ poem.
 
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