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.
The Wilfred Owen Association is looking for people to join its committee. This is an exciting opportunity to help shape the future of the Association, as your decisions and contributions will have a direct impact on how we commemorate Owen's life and work.
To mark the Centenary of the outbreak of WW1, The Wilfred To mark the Centenary of the outbreak of WW1, The Wilfred Owen Association has launched an International Poetry Competition in commemoration of Wilfred Owen (1893-1918).
1st Prize: £500
2nd Prize: £250
3rd Prize: £150
and a special young people's prize of £250 for the best poem by a poet under 19 years.
10 Runners-up and Commended poems to be published in an anthology.
The Judges, Gladys Mary Coles, Merryn Williams and Meg Crane, will be looking for poems 'in the spirit of Wilfred Owen'.
Deadline for entries: June 30th 2014
Three copies of "The Hydra", the magazine of Craiglockhart War Hospital, have been discovered and donated to the War Poets Collection at Edinburgh Napier University.
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.
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. SPECIAL OFFER - JUST £3, including P&P (£5 including p&p overseas)
Packs of 5 cards, featuring 2 different drawings of Wilfred Owen taken from original pencil sketches by Sally Ronchetti