“Teignmouth in Verse” is a one-year project for 2014 to encapsulate some of the history and the spirit of the present day of the Devon town of Teignmouth through verse.
Keats’ Ghost is the wraith that roams the streets, the lanes, the alleys, the valleys, the surrounding hills and estuary looking for matter for modern-day verse.
Why Keats? Because Keats spent time here in 1818 whilst he was looking after his brother. Whilst here he wrote Isabella and completed Endymion.
If you’re interested in more then follow the link through to Keats’ Ghost