“Landscape poems are never merely about landscape; they are also nearly always about us …”
‘Poet’s Guide to Britain’ presenter Owen Sheers visited the Scottish Poetry Library recently to talk about his critically acclaimed TV series and its accompanying book.
In the first of our two acts we feature an excerpt from the event where Owen discusses landscape poetry, verse on film and the problems of the poetic persona.
In act two, Ryan manages to extract some unusual facts from Owen’s past.
First published 26 March, 2010