Monthly Archives: January 2012

Featured Poet | Oliver Leech

FEATURED POET | Oliver Leech Oliver is a retired teacher of, mainly, English and philosophy. He has taught philosophy from junior school to adult education level. He practises calligraphy, struggles to play the clarinet and is trying to complete Offa’s … Continue reading

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Poems from 24th January

Here are some of the poems from our session on 24th January. We kick off with Geoff Sutton, the master of the boondoogle. BLUE DAY AT SETTLEMENT | Geoff Sutton the limestone ridge lies frozen in the sun on Pit … Continue reading

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Fancy a boondoogle?

The 24th January ‘Stanza’ went well … and we’re booked into the upper room at The Leopard again on 21st February at 7.30pm. We’ll be publishing poems from the last session within the next few days but in the meantime … Continue reading

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Boondoogling …

New Year BOONDOGGLING with Franzen and Koch by Geoff Sutton I hadn’t written anything I was pleased with for some time. I often feel like that in December. What I like about The Leopard is the unexpected. John Williams gave … Continue reading

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