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Jake Morris-Campbell @jakecampbell88 Between the rivers Tyne & Wear

Poet │ Writer │ Researcher │ Pursue a practice that will strengthen your heart

2,300 Following   1,415 Followers   8,185 Tweets

Joined Twitter 3/30/09


@ThinkinPractice @AndrewPoetry @rayspencermbe The image reminded me of Buzzcocks, the Crammlington charva thing, bu… https://t.co/MihjydrFJ5 @ThinkinPractice @AndrewPoetry @rayspencermbe That's flown over my head! @AndrewPoetry @ThinkinPractice Not sure about Mark but @rayspencermbe aka 'Tommy The Trumpeter' would be my choice… https://t.co/EMzuYqyEyfOn the money as ever: @AndrewPoetry on de-metropolising prize culture; shifting the 'margins' to the centre. https://t.co/MtzECYvyUsSpending today with the boys. https://t.co/z103yQImSh
11/24
2020
@natalienera Fantastic, Natalie. Congratulations!
11/23
2020
@TheLakePoets Lush. All the best marra! @G_Aird Mary Ruefle's, 𝘔𝘢𝘥𝘯𝘦𝘴𝘴, 𝘙𝘢𝘤𝘬 𝘢𝘯𝘥 𝘏𝘰𝘯𝘦𝘺 is amazing for this sort of thing.
11/21
2020
You just knaa this will be The Boy of a reading. If I weren't bubble-bathing a toddler at this time, I'd be Zooming… https://t.co/KYFJj4DdZy
11/19
2020
@TheThumbCompass @SarahButler100 @DrDavidCooper @ManchesterUP @dobraszczyk Thought it'd appeal. @SarahButler100 @DrDavidCooper @ManchesterUP @dobraszczyk Paging @TheThumbCompassWhile we're on the subject of transport meeting territorial symbols: I feel that this should greet drivers north of… https://t.co/qAaXWTcd2JHartshead Moor for life. See also: anticipating the Yorkshire/Lancashire roses near the M62 summit. https://t.co/ZMAY6CGZZL
11/18
2020
@FrancescaHaig Found it in Carol Rummens's poem of the week from 2009 (😯 Was it that long ago you were teaching us?… https://t.co/237hkQMjEX @FrancescaHaig Nice one, cheers. Is it in a particular collection do you know?Who was the (I seem to remember Antipodean) poet who wrote about house painters? Was it Kevin Brophy? (Paging @FrancescaHaig) @jtwelsch @joshuamehigan Ha! This is great. Thanks.
11/17
2020
Demonstrators at Longsands Tynemouth today stoking shite. Apparently Covid-19 is a hoax, nobody has died from it an… https://t.co/6lqV0lrTxk
11/15
2020
@NarbiPrice @UniofNewcastle Bag For Life. @NarbiPrice @UniofNewcastle Boom town. Cans the neet?
11/13
2020
@BetaRish @eleanorkpenny Rishi - you're too kind! 😳 https://t.co/NgO88wf2Hw @MorganLowrie The glamorous life of the homeowner!When Thomas Stearns Eliot sat down to write 'He Do The Police In Different Voices', the fragmentary nature of his m… https://t.co/vaFDfANukxNothing like buying a house which requires a bit of work to make you realise how very mushy your soft skills are. T… https://t.co/uvuRAzkMis
11/12
2020
Our #poetry submission window for Under the Radar magazine is now open until 30 Nov. Submissions must respond to t… https://t.co/cDMJhnQtAZ
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11/11
2020
@RoryWaterman *shock face emoji*
11/10
2020
@ForsterImogen @northumbriana Don't think it did. Cutty Sark Tall Ships Race just became the name for the event, I… https://t.co/LMLPy9hscE
11/6
2020
How we all love calling inane meetings. (Thanks to Bracket Press, who sent me this circa 2016.) https://t.co/wM28sbIEq0Thank you, former me: https://t.co/eZvmwnkRNP @Horseshit_McKay @northumbriana Nee idea. I'll defer to Dan or yourself on this one. Poster's class, though!I've had 1 (one) can so I'm tweeting this to remind myself that during my sorting* exercise, I found a reference to… https://t.co/r8FVxGdezd @katedavispoet It's a bit squished but I agree.And this quite frankly timeless artefact from @onsind https://t.co/V07BY228Q8 @MikeCorcoran__ Cheers Mike! @HannahWrex @MikeCorcoran__ I mean I could be a lot less polite about it but it won't help me sort the dammed thing out!Here is said poster: https://t.co/i3HaUKN8m5Top find so far: a 1986* commemorative poster for the Newcastle Maritime Festival Tall Ships Race, which saw the Cu… https://t.co/ajCxxQSmHAAt the stage of moving house where the time has come and I actually cannot put it off any longer: I'm sorting the d… https://t.co/g4bZPLpePk @DrDavidCooper Definitely helps! Thanks a lot, David. @sharoncowling @DrDavidCooper You're a star. Thanks so much! @sharoncowling @DrDavidCooper Thanks, Sharon. Could I trouble you for publication details, page number etc please?Does anybody have a full citation for a poem by Norman Nicholson - 'The Pot Geranium'? Maybe @DrDavidCooper ?Make this one of your lockdown reads. In fact, just make it an anytime read. https://t.co/rG6qd9gJ1s @Booktrust My pleasure. Glad to be able to do my small part. Hope it's a successful campaign. 😀
11/5
2020
This was supposed to say 'the magic of books', but books are of course inherently magical, so 'the magic books' seems apt! 💫Reading with my son is one of the greatest joys of my life. It's heartbreaking to think of kids going without the m… https://t.co/S013emHg99If anyone wants a Saffron Jack as a lockdown read, lmk – five copies available, my treat; I'll cover postage too.
Retweeted by Jake Morris-Campbell @AWellbeingStory "can anybody hear me? Is anybody there...?" @katedavispoet Always good to be back at it. I'm in the between-time writing wise. @KrisErinJohnson That's some tower, Fern! @AWellbeingStory True. I more meant registering (quickly) group dynamics. Reading the energies of a room of 15 is e… https://t.co/wZFQrSDUZt
11/4
2020
@katedavispoet Thanks, Kate, I'll take a look at that. Hope all well? @KevinGardner520 I think, like all aspects of The Situation, we will all improve and find our best form and tactics… https://t.co/4uXf91aEyh @KevinGardner520 I wouldn't say I'm a natural, nor that I don't harbour awkwardness. Bizzarely though I've found th… https://t.co/BSDfOqP7Yi @KevinGardner520 Thanks, Kevin. Normally I would allow my brain to compost all of this on my Metro ride home.cheeky one with a colleague between the day's last seminar and, say, an evening poetry reading (but in truth, as a… https://t.co/68ViEoA5XfI do miss campus: walking through it; the way light catches the buildings at dusk; then that dichotomy between feel… https://t.co/mox89G7goybe any straightforward return to The Before Times [I doubt it]) I am certain that we will have a cohort of students… https://t.co/JfHq6zNgMRAnd to be engaging with new ideas, texts and having lively debates with new peers. The fora in which that happens i… https://t.co/vtwAdIOuM5We're doing as teachers at the minute: holding open space, facilitating some 'normal' for 90 minutes; for the crump… https://t.co/YIhisD0vVrActually done the reading or not, &c. Delay between switching in and out of breakout rooms is an annoyance, but ove… https://t.co/A4nkwBcXFrIs also a problem, but we can't stop our neighbours getting their David Rose fix, can we? Breakout rooms: mixed suc… https://t.co/aPcaQf6UlkAnd I think in future we'll look back at online teaching with a solo monitor as true Dark Ages stuff. Referring bet… https://t.co/dc60E9WrEtI think what is a slog is the four back-to-back across a day. Seminars 2 & 3 are invariably the best: my performanc… https://t.co/JUeb8EEw9JDull 'my-job-is-good' Tweet, but y'knaa what, online seminars aren't that bad. Sure, you can't quite reach the same… https://t.co/PXm4hslyClI've though about this a lot: the lessons it gives us in narrative; how it addresses community cohesion; speaks to… https://t.co/jmxUfnSwom @ishiba It is isn't it?!
11/3
2020
"If we'd said what we'd thought, well, we'd have called that bias." Exceptional article on journalistic integrity,… https://t.co/db8Yg4unb9Poetry Big Brain: Can anyone point me towards contemporary African American poets who have written on the influence… https://t.co/kiKrTIQD9r
11/2
2020
Going to need a lot of Hold Steady for the next month.
10/31
2020
A beautiful celebration of Anne Stevenson tonight. Thank you, @NCLA_tweets and the readers who took us through her… https://t.co/Uuoktlvhb7
10/29
2020
@tuesdayshannon Cheers, I'll look into that! @GlorneSmithson The flat in central Cleadon is generally very good.Hive mind: I'm moving from a fibre broadband area to one with just 'copper'. I'm promised amazingly slow up- and do… https://t.co/NVAG54b4ij
10/28
2020
In her intro to 1919, Ewing states: 'I like to use poems as what-if machines and as time-travelling devices'. The… https://t.co/nh3n2VLozAI had the great privilege of reading together 3 astonishing books of poetry for the new @ambitmagazine: @eveewing's… https://t.co/HDIdcVX4dCPlease, by all means, judge this book by its cover. Out next month with the brilliant @LivUniPress !!! My huge th… https://t.co/QP9U0aT8OM
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10/27
2020
A recurrent motif in my work is the idea of revision; or perhaps transformation. Especially the notion of transform… https://t.co/g50EZtf3tVI really don't think I can answer this. Appreciate being tagged, though, Jane - cheers! I always find it fascinatin… https://t.co/xbz1OTL40pWell. The forthcoming AMBIT (@ambitmagazine) sounds tremendous, doesn't it? What a privilege it was to read Eve Ewi… https://t.co/QS59PUWASu
10/24
2020
🐡Fair wind in ya sails / let's hope for nee gales 🚢 It's @billherbert 's new collection, which I must order, and I… https://t.co/XJjEPlY3UC
10/22
2020
Chi! 👏🏻 https://t.co/XS4Xr3umi1Good post day thanks to @NineArchesPress https://t.co/u0ad6YmmqGA timely initiative indeed from @PenguinUKBooks #LitInColour https://t.co/hyWNPG3UjH
10/21
2020
@JaneBurn11 @NineArchesPress Amazing news, Jane - sending geet big congratulations your way! @waskerleyway ✨ Sending the vibes your way sonna ✨
10/20
2020
Looking to speak with and photograph NE couples who have had or are expecting a baby during the pandemic. Particula… https://t.co/hpopbIQLj0
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10/19
2020
@waskerleyway Erk. @DomCarterAgain So wholesome. @natalienera Les Mans is so good! Highly recommend the others, too.
10/17
2020
@waskerleyway Clocked it deein 60 at the 50mph speed restrictions coming off the Felling Bypass. @BetaRish @CalebFemi_ It is astonishing. @waskerleyway We need to talk about this. #A184Hymns3. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood. T. Hanks as Fred Rogers is spellbinding. It brought to mind Being John Malk… https://t.co/G5o3MBwDiI2. The Personal History of David Copperfield. Iannuci's interpretation of the Victorian bildungsroman is outstandin… https://t.co/AgmsPfKbZOThree quite different, but equally excellent fil-ums I've seen in the past week (for those who feel my recommendati… https://t.co/RA2VlCROXRTHE NORTH IS NOT A PETRI DISH Maybe one for #NarrowRoadDeepNorth to mull over. https://t.co/ol5jPFw3ce
10/16
2020
Three working days to go 'til my teaching begins. Of course, I have ready access to my own academic timetable and c… https://t.co/OgR5cH0pMF
10/15
2020
@JenniferLeeTsai @wildcourtpoetry Not at all. And same to you!'[...] there are no tenses. The past is the present is the future.' These two wonderful poems by @JenniferLeeTsaihttps://t.co/7kyexyZgSo
10/14
2020

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