Wilfred Owen (1893-1918) is widely recognised as one of the greatest voices of the First World War. His self-appointed task was to speak for the men in his care, to show the 'Pity of War'.
Owen's enduring and influential poetry is evidence of his bleak realism, his energy and indignation, his compassion and his great technical skill.
The Wilfred Owen Association was formed in 1989 to commemorate Wilfred Owen's life and work.
In a close reading for the British Library's online feature Discovering Literature: 20th Century Dr Santanu Das examines the crafting of one of Owen's most poignant poems, 'Dulce et Decorum est', and shows how Owen's war poems evoke the extreme sense-experience of the battlefield.
Wirral council leader Phil Davies said the borough will capitalise on its connection to the war poet Wilfred Owen in the return of the massive marionettes as they commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One.
A concert was held at the Royal Academy of Music on 16th January 2016,produced by Fiona MacDonald, of the Scottish charity GLEN ART. Read Sam Gray's review of this successful event.
There are no forthcoming events.
The Wilfred Owen Association Journal publishes work about Wilfred Owen, or on themes relating to the history and literature of the Great War that are 'in the spirit' of Wilfred Owen.
We've got various Wilfred Owen related items that you can purchase. Here's a selection. Visit the shop page to view more.
All the prizewinning poems from The Wilfred Owen Association International Poetry Competition 2014.
Wilfred Owen, giclee print from original hand and machine stitched portrait by Louise Sambrook Underwood.
New! A Windsor bone china mug featuring a sepia photograph of Wilfred Owen, his monogram and reproduction of his signature in black.
A collection of poems that reflect the spirit of Owen's writing - £5, including P&P (£7 overseas)
Packs of 5 cards, featuring 2 different drawings of Wilfred Owen taken from original pencil sketches by Sally Ronchetti