Rialto Newsletter February 2021

Rialto Newsletter February 2021

THE RIALTO FEBRUARY NEWS ‘I think it is true that one gains a certain hold on sausages and haddock by writing them down.’ Virginia Woolf HEADLINES THE RIALTO NATURE AND PLACE COMPETITION The closing date for the competition is rushing towards us. Please let us have...
Nature and Place 2021 winners announced

Nature and Place 2021 winners announced

We have now received the results of the 2021 Nature and Place Poetry Competition back from Daljit Nagra and are delighted to announce that the winners are: 1st Prize of £1000 – ‘They say you sleep 1/3 of your life in the dark with animals’ by Simon Costello2nd...
Rialto 96 – Degna Stone

Rialto 96 – Degna Stone

Hello poetry people! 2020 has been something, hasn’t it? But in amongst all the trauma and the horror, the world has just kept on turning regardless and here I am, putting out a call for your best poems for the spring edition of The Rialto. There has been a hell of a...
Nature and Place 2020 winners announced

Nature and Place 2020 winners announced

We have now received the results of the Nature and Place Poetry Competition back from Pascale Petit and are delighted to announce that the winners are: 1st Prize of £1000 – ‘Hermit Crab in a Doll’s Head’ by Cindy Botha 2nd Prize of £500 – ‘Insects’ by P Q R Anderson...
Rialto news – November/December 2019

Rialto news – November/December 2019

Dodo Provocateur Anita Pati’s prize winner pamphlet, which we published in the first week in September, had it’s London launch on September 24th at The Poet an aptly chosen pub in Baring Street (N1 3DS). I put the post code in because I must have been one of the last...
On scientists and their poetry

On scientists and their poetry

Over the last few weeks I’ve found myself using the phrase ‘think like a poet’ a lot, especially as the final idea I want to leave people with, at the end of beginning to write workshops. It sounds sufficiently exhortatory (especially if I’m windmilling my arms while...
The Rialto Pamphlet Competition Result

The Rialto Pamphlet Competition Result

The following, in no particular order, are the shortlisted poets and pamphlets William Stephenson ‘The Butterfly Factory’ Rachael Matthews ‘Naming Boats’ Anita Pati ‘Dodo Provocateur’ Kat Dixon ‘Letters to Ex-Lovers I Will Never Send’ Patrick Davidson Roberts ‘The...
Shortlist for the Pamphlet Prize announced

Shortlist for the Pamphlet Prize announced

We are very pleased to announce Richard Scott’s Shortlist for our The Rialto Pamphlet Prize. The Shortlisted titles are, in no particular order, My Mother’s Extraordinary Hair The Butterfly Factory Nude Against A Rock Naming Boats Dodo Provocateur Letters to ex...
An invitation.

An invitation.

THE RIALTO READING at the NATIONAL CENTRE FOR WRITING We invite you to a Poetry Reading to be held in the Dragon Hall, King Street, Norwich on Thursday October 11th., from 7 until 9 p.m. Doors open at 7, join us for a glass of juice or wine, buy our books, settle down...