Belton House is a Grade I listed building in Lincolnshire, England, which sits amid beautiful formal Italian and Dutch gardens. Once the home of the Brownlow/Cust family, it now belongs to The National Trust who open it to the public and run tours. The house is fascinating both outside and in, but the incredible gardens and vast grounds are truly stunning.
While these beautiful old buildings are fascinating both in their architecture and in what they hold inside them, between the two is something equally fascinating and mostly over-looked.
I’ve put hundreds of miles on my car in the last two weeks driving around New Hampshire with/for a variety of Folded Word authors during our first ever September tour. The tour’s centerpiece was the inaugural New Hampshire Poetry Festival, a joint venture between… Continue Reading “Notes from the Tour”
We are very excited to have a panel accepted for the first New Hampshire Poetry Festival on 19 September in Manchester. TRANSLATE TO TRANSFORM will explore how the practice of translation can enhance a poet’s own work, with or without fluency in another language.… Continue Reading “New Hampshire Poetry Tour”