HOT AUTUMN NEWS: Lemn is Chancellor at University of Manchester. The installment is on October 14th.  He’ll be on Desert Island Discs in October.   He is judging and hosting the Creative Future Literary Awards for marginalised writers. He is a presenter of BBC’s Ten Pieces described by BBC Director general Tony Hall as “the biggest commitment the BBC has ever made to music education in our country”.

If you are on an Emirates flight this autumn  you can hear Lemn on Emirates Airline radio.  “Let There Be Peace” his Landmark Poem for the world will be unveiled at The British Council in Addis Ababa Ethiopia in November. And his words “Inspire and be inspired” are hoisted onto Willesden Library in London. Have a look at Projects and Landmarks. They’re new sites of his work.

INSIDE: Interviews, speeches, radio plays, landmark poems, videos, monthly event listings, up-to-date blog, photographs, biography and poems to read. .

inspireHis exhibition “Superman Was A Foundling” is  at The Foundling Museum in Central London.  Watch  the BBC documentary film on his life  Internal Flight”.

DIDgoodIncoming Interesting fact: If you google “Lemn Sissay”  all results relate to him. There’s only one Lemn Sissay in the world.

Lemn is Patron of The Letterbox Club. Patron of The Reader Organisation  and ambassador for  The Children’s Reading Fund. He is founder of The Christmas Dinners.

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Lemn is Honorary Doctor of Letters, an MBE for services to literature, Associate Artist at Southbank Centre and Coram Foundling Fellow.  Speak directly to Lemn through  his blog. For an even more intimate relationship get in touch with his Morning Tweets or follow or his micro blogging  on Facebook

Go to radio tab for a sample of his BBC radio documentaries including, The Last Poets,  Gil Scott-Heron, JB Priestley, WH Auden and many more.  Listen to  BBC radio’s  Great lives for Lemn on  Ethiopian Prince Alemayhu. Listen to  his BBC World Service documentary on  Bob Marley.