There is a new book by Sandy Byrne attempting an overview of "essential" criticism of Ted Hughes's work. [more]
Ann Skea has published her essay 'Gaudete: and The Reverend Lumb's Parish and Parishioners' on her website [more]
Ann Skea has published her essay 'Ted Hughes and Shakespeare: "A Particular Knot of Obsessions"' on her website. [more]
The University of Sheffield School of English will hold a Ted Hughes conference in September 2015, titled "Ted Hughes: Dreams as Deep as England". This is their call for papers. [more]
"Poetry for the Palace: poets laureate from Dryden to Duffy", at the Queen's Gallery, Holyroodhouse Palace, Edinburgh, 7 August to 2 November [more]
Eisbergfreistadt is a project by Nicholas Kahn and Richard Selesnick. Their story goes that in 1923, at the height of the hyperinflation, a huge iceberg stranded just off the German town of Lübeck in the Baltic Sea. The iceberg was declared a free trade zone and attracted a lot of attention. It inspired the artists of the time to design Notgeld (inflation money) … But you best read on and explore for yourselves at www.eisbergfreistadt.com.