In the news! The UK’s Global Poetry System project (which featured one of my contributions a few months ago) was one of the Guardian Guide’s top websites in December, and The Times featured an article by Lemn Sissay on how poetry is finding itself on our shared map:
“It ain’t where you go, it’s where you’re at. Global positioning system (GPS) is a mere five years old in the UK. Now you can locate where you are, wherever you are, whenever you want. Things move fast, and now GPS represents more than directions. GPS is “Global Poetry System” — a call to action that uses Google Maps to locate the poetry that surrounds us.”
Read the full article here: How poetry is finding itself on GPS – Times Online.