Celebrating National Poetry Day with the launch of Quay Words and Libraries Unlimited writer-in-residence Tolu Agbelusi’s poem ‘The Women As Usual Were the Beginners of the Disturbance’.
On National Poetry Day 2021, we’re pleased to launch ‘The Women As Usual Were the Beginners of the Disturbance’ by Quay Words and Libraries Unlimited writer-in-residence, Tolu Agbelusi.
Join us as we collaborate with Speaking Volumes to host an evening of spoken word and music in the Transit Shed on Exeter Quay
Announcing the Quay Words Anthology celebrating new and established voices alongside the Trading Places young writers’ competition winner
We’re pleased to share the details of our first Quay Words anthology, Quay Voices #1 and the very special prize giving event with Michael Morpurgo and Paddleboat Theatre.
We’re thrilled to continue our collaboration with Poetry Africa in Durban South Africa to bring together women writers from the UK and South Africa at our second development day on 18th June.