The Dial-a-Poem Competition invited students enrolled at a UK institute of higher or further education to enter a poem on the theme of ‘calling’. Judged by Jane McKie, the winners are: 1st Place: Rose Brennan, ‘The Call’2nd Place: Michaela Coplen, ‘Phone Sex Script’3rd Place: Jodie Hannis, ‘Wrists’NTU Prize: John Rogers, ‘A dial face for John Boot and absentContinue Reading
DIAL-A-POEM IS NOW LIVE! Dial-a-Poem connects you to new poems about the telephone by writers from around the world. The Dial-a-Poem mobile app is now available free of charge for Android and iOS phones from Google Play and the App Store. See the links below or search for ‘dial-a-poem’.
The Crossed Lines project is inviting contributions to an online exhibition of literary telephones and we would love to hear from you! We’re looking for references to telephones in literary texts of all genres, and from a range of periods and places. Our aim is to produce an online exhibition at crossedlines.co.uk to sit alongside the Telepoetics andContinue Reading
Our ‘Telepoetics’ symposium and public ‘Lates’ event due to take place at The Science Museum on 27 May 2020 was rescheduled as a result of Covid-19. The symposium will now take place online from 27 May – 5 June. You can register for free here.