May 25, 2012
Researching rock and stone for a new project I came across this rather lovely audio slideshow on the Guardian website. 
“Poetry in motion: exploring Simon Armitage’s new Stanza Stone trail in West Yorkshire – audio slideshow
The brooding natural landscape of West Yorkshire has inspired writers for centuries. Now poet Simon Armitage has left his mark on the countryside by carving six verses into rocks along the 47-mile Stanza Stones Trail. He tells Kevin Rushby how keen-eyed walkers might spot a seventh ‘secret stanza’ and reads from his poem Mist”
Click image to watch on the Guardian website

Researching rock and stone for a new project I came across this rather lovely audio slideshow on the Guardian website. 

Poetry in motion: exploring Simon Armitage’s new Stanza Stone trail in West Yorkshire – audio slideshow

The brooding natural landscape of West Yorkshire has inspired writers for centuries. Now poet Simon Armitage has left his mark on the countryside by carving six verses into rocks along the 47-mile Stanza Stones Trail. He tells Kevin Rushby how keen-eyed walkers might spot a seventh ‘secret stanza’ and reads from his poem Mist”

Click image to watch on the Guardian website