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This is a recording of the poem Are Your Children Safe In The Sea, recorded in 1966 with a fellow performer Annea Lockwood. The recording is from Bob Cobbing's personal tape archive and is track two on the British Library The Spoken Word, Bob Cobbing C.D

Copyright The Estate of Bob Cobbing, Track 2 with the composer Annea Lockwood.

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A recording of the poet Sean Bonney at a benefit reading for Sean Bonney and Frances Kruk (5th June 2008) at the Leather Exchange organised by the poet Tim Atkins. Sean Bonney has attended Cobbing's Writers Forum since the early 1990's

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A 36 min documentary made by Steve Willey. The documentary features eleven poets that have been published by Writers forum over a period of 50 years. The film had no budget and was made over the course of one week and was first screened at the Off The Sh
Category: The Sound of Writers Forum: The Film
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Poster from the May 2010 Award Holders eventLink

 

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