|Poets of London's Growing List of Poetry Cities
Poets and poetry lovers from other cities who are visiting
London are warmly invited to join Poets of London at Waterstone's Gower
Street and to participate in our workshops, projects
of London also particularly welcome poetic eyes from other cities. We
warmly invite you to email us using the Poets of London alphabetical list
of cities above.
The Poets of London Poetry Project
THIS is LONDON
The Thames and Parliament, looking west, from
Copyright © 2002,
2003, 2004 Sally Crawford.
All rights reserved.
11 December 2002
Reducing Traffic in Theory and Practice: From Europe to Bloomsbury
Cities should be defined as 'living space, not as slowly moving
'We have had our love affair with the car. It is now time to have
a love affair with the city'.
Professor Phil Goodwin, Centre for Transport Studies,
University College London.
with acknowledgements to UCL Bulletin
more Poetic Cities': is a project for you
if you live in,
work in or are visiting
of London would
love to publish your ideas and suggestions on how
to make cities more poetic. We will also
be happy to hear about the 'poetry of the everyday': examples of the poetic
home or work cityscape.
can be expressed as briefly as you like.
- - - - (your named city) needs
- - - - (your suggestion).
- - - - (your name city) does
not need - - - - (your suggestion).
Send ideas and/or suggestions to Poets
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site remains the author's but Poets of London
reserves the right to edit or not to publish contributions.
contributions to the site reach a critical mass Poets
will forward them to the
of London's Office.
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Alternatively, of course, if you wish to send your
ideas and suggestions for 'Towards more poetic cities'
privately, send them direct to the Mayor: Ken Livingstone, Mayor
of London at london.gov.uk