All copies of the pamphlet, which was first published in 1811, were believed lost to fire
The first woman in the post’s history, Carol Ann Duffy's collection of poems are chronological, commencing with her debut Standing Female Nude from the mid-Eighties
The Deal Versus the People 'examines how we are affected by neo-liberal trade deals in a poetic way'
Publisher stands by 'scholarly and masterly' work despite the late Poet Laureate's estate finding '18 factual errors or unsupported assertions in just 16 pages'
Could it be that Wayne, if not quite a Renaissance man in the Eric Cantona mould, has much more of a personality than we ever suspected?
A new anthology lifts the lid on the private life of a man who took a vow of chastity in his 30s
Michael Derrick Hudson is using the pen name 'Yi-Fen Chou' to build a literary career
Suspect stabbed his friend to death after victim insisted prose was superior as literary genre
Jonathan He has captured the hearts of the nation with his poem about his favourite food
Compared writing poetry to the sex act? May he be turned to dust!
Prosecutor Richard Whittam says what the men did was 'indefensible in the law of this country'
The continuous ridge of russet, stone-strewn lakeland mountain encircles a valley floor as flat as a paddy field. Lights of farms are beginning to spark and the cries of tawny owls reverberate around the bowl of darkening fells. In the distance, sunset pinks the snow-dusted peak of Glaramara. It is a suitable stage to approach the most notable trees of northern England.
Television presenter reveals that Dan Brown had read his version and called it 'quite clever'
After the moving encore came the tears
Middle-class problems: Cards