Good morning live from StAnza 2017 in St Andrews. I hope you'll be joining us either in person or via one of our live webcasts this weekend. We'll have a warm welcome for you either way. There are three live webcasts still to watch, at 10.00 am today and 10.00 am tomorrow (Sunday) and also at 3.30 pm tomorrow.
You will find the link for the webcast at https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/livevideo/one/ and also on the listing page for each of the webcast events.
Don't forget to join our 10 minute Collective Reading today at 6.50pm in the Byre, when with texts which address oppression, hope and survival, we'll see how poetry offers us a way of mapping the world and of building bridges, not walls, between people. If you can't be here in person, we hope to Live Facebook it from our StAnza Facebook Page.
You can get information on other festival events at www.stanzapoetry.org. Events are selling out but we'll have live streamings into the studio theatre of the sold-out Poetry Centre Stage readings, and lots of events are free and unticketed. There's a great atmosphere here this year, do come along in person or virtually and enjoy it.