The festival has a very strong Celtic flavour, including performers from Ireland, Scotland and Wales, as wellas Cornwall. It will welcome the National Poet of Wales, Gillian Clarke, world-bestselling author Louis de Bernieres and Irish poet Maurice Riordan – the new editor of Britain’s foremost poetry journal, Poetry Review, to name just a few. This will be a packed weekend of readings, talks, workshops, film, theatre and music, as well as art-work by Sir Peter Blake and Guy Gormley. We feature everything from the hippest young poets on the block from London, to the Greek of Constantine Cavafy, to the Welsh legend Dylan Thomas, via Persia (Mimi Khalvati )and back to St. Eval and Launceston (Jane Darke/Jim Causley).
You can download the full programme for Bodmin Moor Poetry Festival 2014 here: Bodmin Moor Poetry Festival 2014
You can book tickets here: http://www.bodminmoorpoetryfestival.co.uk/