A selection of sites related to Matthew Hollis
Arts Council England
Arts Council England is the national development agency for the arts in England, distributing public money from Government and the National Lottery.
Writing weeks for new writers, songwriters, poets, novelists, script and screenwriters, playwrights, journalists and more.
Working with partners in the UK, the British Council helps to share British expertise and talent with over 100 countries worldwide.
Oxfordshire-based publisher of East
Contemporary Writers in the UK
A searchable database containing up-to-date profiles of some of the UK and Commonwealth’s leading writers.
Edward Thomas Fellowship
The Edward Thomas Fellowship exists to promote knowledge and appreciation of his life and work.
Faber and Faber Ltd
Friends of Dymock Poets
The Friends of the Dymock Poets celebrates the lives and work of Lascelles Abercrombie, Rupert Brooke, John Drinkwater, Robert Frost, Wilfrid Gibson and Edward Thomas, and their relationship with the Dymock area.
Oldham-based publisher of Stones
The Poetry Archive is an ever-expanding archive of poets reading their own work.
Poetry Book Society
The PBS is a specialist book club which provides a package of discounts on poetry books, information and guidance designed to suit your needs.
Sheffield-based publisher of The Boy on the Edge of Happiness
The Poetry Library is the most comprehensive and accessible collection of poetry in Britain.
The Poetry School offers a comprehensive core programme and an array of special events for all students of poetry.
The Poetry Society exists to help poets and poetry thrive in Britain today. Established in 1909, and now one of Britain’s most dynamic arts organisations, the Poetry Society is a membership organisation open to all.
Scottish Poetry Library
A specialist library based in Edinburgh, with collections of contemporary Scottish and international poetry.
Society of Authors
A trade union for professional writers with over 7,000 members. Membership services provide individual advice on all of the business aspects of writing. Makes grants and awards including annual Eric Gregory Awards for poets under the age of thirty.
Spread The Word
Spread the Word works with London writers at all stages of their careers to help them achieve their full potential.
Conceived by the T. S. Eliot Estate, in partnership with Faber & Faber, tseliot.com is designed to bring the work of T. S. Eliot to as wide an audience as possible.
The Wordsworth Trust is the British Centre for Romanticism: an internationally renowned institute of art, learning and heritage.