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While we wait for indoor meetings to be enjoyed again, we are presenting a different poem each week by poets who have not read for us, but whose poetry it would be a delight to hear and see performed.

Poet, playwright and critic Glyn Maxwell reads the poem Love Sonnet Left Behind from his shortlisted collection ‘How the hell are you’, published in 2020 by Picador Poetry and shortlisted for that year’s T. S. Eliot Prize.

The Archive page contains links to poets whose readings we have been lucky enough to enjoy in the flesh in times past.

CB1 Poetry wishes everyone well