Antony Kelly, Eastern Daily Press (EDP)
Poets' Graves was launched in August 2003. Originally it
was a small site dedicated to listing the final resting places of
English poets - but soon expanded to include American and
Over the years I have added: a glossary of poetic terms (No.1 on
Google UK); a poetry forum; Poets Laureate; Oxford Poetry
Professors; Nobel Prize Winners (Literature); musicians' graves;
other writers' graves; famous poetry quotations and a library of
'out of copyright' classic poems.
Poets' Graves now receives up to 3,000 unique visitors each day.
It is regularly archived by the
and was voted Favourite Poetry Resource Site by Poetry Kit in
I am also the author of
From 1980-1983 I studied for a BA in Geography at Hull University
- at a time when Philip Larkin was still working in the library.
After completing my degree I went on to take an MA in Creative
Writing at Lancaster University. I have had poetry published
in the Faber Book of Blue Verse, Poetry Review (x3), The Rialto
Iron and Outposts Poetry Quarterly (x2). My first
collection of poems Gedney Drove End was shortlisted for the
2010 East Anglian Book Awards.
I have taught
creative writing for Norfolk Adult Education, Norwich City Council,
the Broadland Housing Group
and H.M.P. Norwich.
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