Fun poetry lessons communicating a love of poetry from a qualified teacher. Free to access.
The Kindling is a brand new journal dedicated to supporting and publishing the best poetry written in universities across the UK and Ireland.
Warwick Challenges are mini academic challenges from University of Warwick professors. There are a number of poetry challenges set by Professor David Morley, available as podcasts, which are designed to challenge you to create new work and develop your skills as a poet. You can no longer enter these challenges, but feel free to use […]
The Poetry Station is a freely accessible web-based video channel and portal for poetry organised by the English & Media Centre. It exploits the potential of the web to create a rich multi-sensory experience of poetry which includes music, film, and animation, as well as readings by actors and authors.
bind is an online platform which raises climate change awareness through creativity, inviting contributors to share work which examines environmental issues. bind is now open for submissions, welcoming all forms of creative work, from poetry to photography, original music to illustration.
The Funeverse is a blog of illustrations and funny poems from children’s writers and illustrators – and you can create your own poems in response to the pictures too!
The Space is an online gallery where visitors can explore exciting new digital art, made by the most talented contemporary artists, shared around the world. We commission new talent and established artists from all art forms, as well as across the creative industries, and technical and digital worlds, through open calls and partnerships.
Poetry International is a literary organisation based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, which runs a website bringing together thousands of poems by modern poets from all around the world, as well as translations, audio recordings, interviews and articles. The UK pages are edited by the Poetry Society.
Organised by the Poetry Trust, The Poetry Channel offers broadcast quality podcasts of readings, interviews, short documentaries and behind the scenes conversations with poets, plus highlights from the Aldeburgh Poetry Festival’s rich audio archive.
A poetry magazine with a different editor every issue. Magma’s aim is is to promote the very best in contemporary poetry. It may come from previously unpublished or emerging poets or the more established. Magma makes a point of including unknown poets alongside known names, and has published Seamus Heaney, Don Paterson, Sean O’Brien, Alice Oswald, Al Alvarez, […]
Lemon Curd is an online platform that seeks to explore human nature and all that stems from it. Through sharing experiences and thoughts, we aim to challenge and at times escape the constraints of society. To submit or for more information please visit their website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
An American organisation which publishes Poetry magazine. It exists to discover and celebrate the best poetry and to place it before the largest possible audience. Crucially for young poets outside America it has a large number of freely accessible online recordings and poems searchable by poet and theme.
Foxglove Journal is a new and exciting haven for poetry and short fiction. It showcases work that thrills, comforts and stimulates.
Blackbox Manifold is an online forum with a slant towards innovative poetry that has prose, narrative, or sequences in its sights. Its aim is to present new juxtapositions of voice while using the Web’s fluid solidity to cast around for as wide and varied a readership as possible. You are welcome to submit up to four […]
Originally founded in Cardiff, ‘Are You Lost Yet?’ is a UK-based creative zine and blog for 16-25 year olds. We feature poetry, creative writing, articles, illustration and photography. Accepting submissions year-round, we publish an annual printed zine, and are always looking for pieces to feature on our blog!
HEBE is a poetry magazine that publishes the work of poets aged 18 and under.
It’s a bookmark. It’s a magazine. It’s open to everyone. It believes in the benefits of playful creativity, especially reading, writing and drawing. You’ll find it lurking in libraries and bookshops, or nestled between pages of other magazines. Submissions are collected and posted online. Every three months-ish, they pick their top nine and print an […]
Books for Keeps is the UK’s leading, independent children’s book magazine. It was launched in 1980 and ever since has been reviewing hundreds of new children’s books each year and publishing articles on every aspect of writing for children. There are over 12,500 reviews on our new website and more than 2,000 articles including interviews […]