Ted Hughes

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One of the iconic images to be sold at Bonhams on November 23 shows a scene from a cocktail party held by publishers Faber & Faber in 1960, in which guest of honour WH Auden is surrounded by fellow poets including a young Ted Hughes.
Two students from Ponteland High won top prizes in a national poetry competition - "The Ted Hughes Young Poet's Award".
As well as Warwick Arts Centre, Stratford Picture House and Shrewsbury Cineworld in the West Midlands, more than 200 venues around the world will also screen the production, which is a Ted Hughes version of the original play by Jean Racine.
Based on the children's classic The Iron Man by the former poet laureate Ted Hughes, The Iron Giant was the critically acclaimed first animated feature film from director Brad Bird who later went on to make The Incredibles.
Her relationship with Ted Hughes - another of the 20th Century's most admired poets - forms the central core of Sylvia - a new movie about the angst-ridden icon's all too short life.Gwyneth Paltrow factfile:Name: Gwyneth Kate Paltrow BORN: September 28, 1972, Los Angeles, California FAMILY: Daughter of noted film director Bruce Paltrow and Tony award-winning actress Blythe Danner.
GOOD START: Ted Hughes played by Daniel Craig and Sylvia Plath played by Gwyneth Paltrow
The award - given for the best poetry collection of year - boasts previous winners including Ted Hughes and Alice Oswald, and this year's shortlist also nominates some heavyweights of the genre such as former US poet laureate Billy Collins.
Bruce had urged her to take the role of Plath, who married poet laureate Ted Hughes and later committed suicide.
The 40-year-old single mother, who two years ago won the prestigious commission to illustrate How the Whale Became by the late Poet Laureate, Ted Hughes, lives and works in a small cottage on a windswept headland just a few miles from St David's.
He will be joined by Frieda Hughes, daughter of the late poet laureate Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath, and other poets at the 21st Poetry Olympics the Queen's Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue on October 4.
POET Simon Armitage will be reading from his latest book, Walking Home, at The Ted Hughes Theatre in Mytholmroyd - revealing the physical and emotional challenges he faced while tackling the 256 miles of the Pennine Way.
THE late Poet Laureate Ted Hughes is to be remembered in an award funded by the new post holder, Carol Ann Duffy.