Poems inspired by the Terracotta Army
Don't worry! I'm not going to inflict any more of my shockingly bad poetry on you all. Instead, I want to point your attention towards a really interesting programme I've just listened to on Radio 4. It looks at the poems of the Canadian poet Garry Geddes inspired by his visit to Xi'an in the early 80s, and includes input from Jane Portal, the Curator of the current British Museum exhibition The First Emperor. You can listen again (and read some of Garry's poems) here.