May 31st, 10
A series of great arguments and debates from The Times Literary Supplement (TLS) Were the Greeks better than the Romans? Was Austen over edited? Do we know what Shakespeare looked like?
Is the iPad better than the Kindle?
eBooks are here but which is the best new digital device to use?
Take a break and win some books!
Fun competitions from Pan Macmillan
Apr 30th, 10
Friday, 30 April 2010
To read about the latest literature event Cadaverine was involved in:
Clicking below will provide a list of classics, some obvious, some over looked and an interesting insight into literary debate:
The trend for spoken word poetry events is on the rise. An exciting, growing scene described in this Glasgow based article is true for cities all over the UK:
Mar 22nd, 10
Monday, 22 March 2010
The Guardian’s guide on how not to title a novel
Have marketing departments taken over the art of titles?
A glimpse into the future of books
An in-depth look at eBooks and the debate over pricing, piracy and popularity
Good writing well rewarded
Nominations for the Warwick prize for writing is nearly over
Jan 27th, 10
Wednesday, 27 January 2010
Andrew Motion on teaching poetry
Too much rap and not enough ‘proper’ poetry?
Cadaverine Open Mic Night 02/02/10
Follow the link to details of our latest night in Leeds.
Michael Schmidt Collected Poems
Schmidt’s poetry collected for the first time comes highly recommended.
Jan 19th, 10
Tuesday, 19 January 2010
Crashaw Prize short list
The 10 short-listed poets for the 2009 Crashaw Prize for a debut collection of poetry.
Grow wings and sing!
Back and forth conversation through poetry from likes of Suzanne Batty, Tom Chivers, and Cadaverine poets David Tait and Jo Brandon.
There’s more than sheep . . .
Exhibitions with work by Peter Randall-Page, James Lee Byars and Rob Ryan at the West Yorkshire Sculpture park.
Jan 3rd, 10
Sunday, 3 January 2010
Lost Francis Bacon interview
A lost interview with the artist that was never broadcast.
Big Year In Books
A look ahead to the big releases in 2010.
In Defense of Poetry
Cadaverine editor Wes Brown in FIPA.
Dec 29th, 09
Tuesday, 29 December 2009
Hands Off Poetry
Teacher and Leeds Salon organiser, Michele Ledda, argues against the removal of Carol Ann Duffy’s poem from the AQA syllabus.
Wes Brown’s review of Heartland is picked up by Tindal St Press.
Culture Vultures was recently judged to be one of the top 25 culture blogs in the UK.