PhD candidate Holly Corfield Carr is Poet-in-Residence at the Wordsworth Trust from January to February 2017

Image credit: Jerwood Centre at the Wordsworth Trust http://www.jerwoodfoundation.org/_assets/media/image/20.jpg
Image credit: Jerwood Centre at the Wordsworth Trust
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PhD candidate Holly Corfield Carr is Poet-in-Residence at the Wordsworth Trust from January to February 2017, supported by the Clarissa Luard Award for writers under 35.

Holly will be working with the archives and collections held at the Jerwood Centre and contributing to the Wordsworth Trust’s Heritage Lottery Fund project, ‘Reimagining Wordsworth’. She will also be engaging with local schools and community groups, sharing some of her recent doctoral research into site-specific writing in caves.

For more information: https://wordsworth.org.uk/poetry/residencies.html

Image Credit: Early cavers in Dovecote Gill Cave (Westall, 1817) http://www.cravenherald.co.uk/resources/images/1765606.jpg?display=1&htype=100000&type=responsive-gallery
Image Credit: Early cavers in Dovecote Gill Cave (Westall, 1817)
http://www.cravenherald.co.uk/resources/images/1765606.jpg?display=1&htype=100000&type=responsive-gallery
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