Poetry in business
Lesley Curwen is in a poetry cafe in London to ask, can poems provide insights into the world of business, the credit crisis and the frantic modern workplace?
And do poets want to grapple with this, even if it is the very stuff of most of our lives?
Lesley Curwen speaks to British poet Daljit Nagra, and asks him if the credit crisis or investment bankers are fit subjects for poetry.
Plus prizewinning Russian writer, Dmitry Bykov, explains how Russian poets handle the world of money.