Links to Related Websites
Webpage for Pamela Coren at Poetry PF, with biography and selection of poems.
Website of the Edward Thomas Fellowship with news, events listings and a selection from Edward Thomas's writings.
Website with images of the journey from London to the Quantocks, recorded in 'In Pursuit of Spring'. Includes 'The Icknield Way: An Appreciation', by A A Bishopstone.
Website promoting the poetry and prose of Edmund Blunden to a 21st century audience. Edmund Blunden (1896-1974) was the longest serving First World War poet, and saw continuous action in the front line, between 1916-18. His life-long friend Siegfried Sassoon maintained that Blunden was the ‘poet of the war most lastingly obsessed by it.’
The War Poets Association promotes interest in the work, life and historical context of poets whose subject is the experience of war. It is interested in war poets of all periods and nationalities, with a primary focus on conflicts since 1914.