‘An Entertainment for W. S. Graham’ competition

The Poetry Society has two tickets to give away for its event ‘An Entertainment for W. S. Graham’ on 7pm, Friday 8th February marking the centenary of W. S. Graham, celebrating his life and legacy.  The event will feature readings from editors of, and contributors to, a new anthology of poems inspired by Graham published by Donut Press, The Caught Habits of Language: An Entertainment for W.S. Graham for Him Having Reached One Hundred, including performances from Rachael Boast, Sarah Howe and Emily Critchley, as well as winners of the W S Graham Members’ Competition.

To win these two tickets, please email [email protected] with the heading ‘W. S. Graham Competition’ and the answer to the following question – ‘Who did W. S. Graham write his poem ‘I Leave This at Your Ear’ for? 

A winner will be selected at random from all correct answers received.  Competition closes on 4pm, Thursday 7th February 2018, and the winner notified shortly afterwards.

Read more about the event here