Category: Edward Thomas

First year students visit Dymock

First year students recently went on a trip to the Gloucestershire village of Dymock to experience the area that inspired the Dymock Poets. For a few years before the First World War, the village was a hub of […]

  Edward Thomas 13 November 2018  

‘Edward Thomas and nature: melancholy, ecstasy and “the strange Sweetness”’

Friday 5th Oct, 6pm, TC001, FCH Campus Don’t miss this public lecture by Anna Stenning in which she will introduce the life of the Edwardian poet and countryside writer Edward Thomas. Anna will discuss Thomas’ experiences of joy […]

  campus life at UGlos 11 September 2018  

Writing and Walking in Ledbury

English Literature and Creative Writing students at the University of Gloucestershire were invited to an event on the theme of writing and walking that took place in Ledbury on the 25th October. Anna Stenning (PhD candidate at the University of Worcester) […]

  Dymock Poets 3 November 2014  

Gloucestershire’s own Poets’ Corner

Of the many writers and artists who have drawn inspiration from Gloucestershire and the borderlands, the Dymock Poets represent a particular moment in English life in the years leading up to WW1. Edward Thomas, Rupert Brooke, Eleanor Farjeon, […]

  Dymock Poets 17 May 2014  

Hail and farewell

Anna Stebbing (University of Worcester) was the guest speaker at the final seminar hosted by the Centre for Writing, Place and History today. She demonstrated how the poet Edward Thomas’s ‘poetic evocation of the weather world’ can be read […]

  Centre for Writing Place and History (CWPH) 7 May 2014  

Research seminar on Edward Thomas, poet of Gloucestershire and WW1

The Centre for Writing, Place and History   presents         ‘”The sun filled earth and heaven with a great light”: Edward Thomas’s poetic evocation of the weather world’   Anna Stebbing (University of Worcester)   […]

  Dymock Poets 2 May 2014  

Ivor Gurney, poet of the Severn and the Somme

The Gloucestershire poet Ivor Gurney (1890-1937) was also a composer. This week, one of his hitherto unknown sonatas was released from the  Gloucestershire Archives for the first time. Gurney wrote the Violin Sonata in E-Flat Major on his return […]

  Edward Thomas 3 February 2013