Anthony Wilson

The Year of Living Deeply

Category: Jean Sprackland

17 Posts

Adélia Prado, Aldeburgh Poetry Festival, Ambition, Being a Poet, Beverly Rycroft, Billy Collins, Blogging, Blood Cancer, Cancer, Chemotherapy, Creative Writing, Creativity, Death, Depression, Duncan Kramer, Dying, English Teaching, Gratitude, Health, Illness, Influence, Jean Sprackland, Lawrence Sail, Life Lessons, Lifesaving Poems, Lifesaving Poetry, Lifesaving Poets, Mental Health, Mental Illness, Michael Laskey, Naomi Jaffa, non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma, Peter Sansom, PGCE, Poems, Poetry, Poetry Blogs, Poetry Exhaustion, Poets, Primary PGCE, Reading, Reading Poetry, Remission, Roy Blackman, Teaching, Teaching Poetry, Teaching Writing, Writing

Why do it?

Arvon Foundation, Blogging, Bloodaxe, Brendan Kennelly, Carl Sandburg, Charles Causley, Daydreaming, Derek Mahon, Duncan Kramer, Education, English Teaching, Galway Kinnell, Gerard Benson, Gratitude, Jean Sprackland, Les Murray, Life Lessons, Lifesaving Poems, Lifesaving Poets, Malcolm Doney, Mary Oliver, Peter Sansom, Philip Gross, Poems, Poetry, Poets, Reading, Robert Frost, Russell Brand, Seamus Heaney, Simon Armitage, Teaching, Teaching Poetry, Teaching Writing, Ted Hughes, UA Fanthorpe, WH Auden

The most read Lifesaving Poems of 2014

Andy Brown, Ann Gray, Anthony Wilson, Cliff Yates, Creativity, Deryn Rees-Jones, Education, Ferenc Juhasz, Ian McMillan, Initial Teacher Education, Jean Sprackland, Lifesaving Poems, Michael Laskey, Peter Carpenter, Poems, Poetry, Poetry Exhaustion, Poetry Matters, Poets, Raymond Carver, Reading, Research, Sian Hughes, Teaching, Teaching Poetry, Teaching Writing, Tom Raworth, Wendy Cope, Writers in Schools, Writing

Lifesaving Poems: Tom Raworth’s ‘8.06 p.m. June 10th 1970’