October 2013
Campaign;10/25/2013, p18
Trade Publication
An interview with poet Amy Acre is presented. She talks about her experience of working alongside other poets to encourage more courteous behavior on the transport network of London, England as a part of a campaign for the agency Transport for London. When asked how the people reacted to the campaign, she said that have sent electronic mails about how they loved it. Acre relates how she became a poet, what inspires her and her upcoming projects.


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