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The Poetry Can was established in March 1995 as a registered charity aiming to encourage as many people as possible within the Bristol and Bath areas to get involved in poetry activity. It believes that getting involved in poetry can benefit everyone, and that it has a valuable role in social, cultural and personal development. The site is a rich resource for poetry related links.

Founded by the Arts Council in 1953 as an inspired effort to support and promote modern British poetry, the Poetry Library had a variety of homes before moving in 1988 to its current location on level 5 of the Royal Festival Hall. Now containing about 80,000 volumes, they aim to stock all poetry published in the UK since about 1912, as well as a wide selection of international work.

Bloodaxebooks, "the best contemporary poetry from the UK's sharpest publisher".

Carcanet, "the best place for poetry in the UK, and the Sunday Times Small Publisher of the Year".

Cyberwit, a site devoted to literature and culture. Their motto is to encourage young poets and tell them how to publish their poems. The site promotes Indian values, arts and aesthetic sensibilities.

Dialogue through poetry - "building a culture of peace and non-violence in the world through poetry".

Enitharmon is one of Britain's leading literary publishers, specialising in poetry and in high-quality artists' books and original prints.

Erodiade, a bilingual journal of poetry edited by Erminia Passannanti.

Feather Books publishes Christian Poetry, music and drama. With its associate company, Moorside Words and Music, it also produces CDs/cassettes and audio-books.

Lollipop list of Little Press Publications. An internet listing opportunity open to little presses of the UK, free of charge.

The Poetry Kit is a great resource which lists online and through a monthly e-mailed newsletter, contests, events, publishers, workshops, organizations, magazines and more from all over the world. It's edited by Ted Slade of the United Kingdom.

Pulsar Poetry Magazine is a quarterly, A5, full-colour cover, 36 page, professionally printed, paper publication. Pulsar includes poems from all areas of the globe. The magazine also includes book/booklet reviews and reviews of 'live' poetry events.

The Poetry Super Highway sends out a weekly e-mail update letting everyone know who the new featured poets are, highlighting some of the new links, and all of that weeks poetry related classified ads.

Sol Publications Website where you can find Sol Poetry Collections and about their magazines Sol Poetry Magazine, Maelstrom SF Magazine and Shadows Mystery Magazine, including availability of back issues and submission guidelines for writers and artists.

write-away! is an on-line magazine providing a forum for writers to air their work. The first edition was published at the beginning of the year 2000, a new venture for a new century, taking us into a new millennium. It is for anyone wishing to reach a wider or different audience, using the technology of our age.

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