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Kate Lilley is one of ten poets commissioned to write a poem for "The Poetry Picture Show," an event put together by the Red Room Company. The poets were asked to write a poem inspired by the them of the "picture show," and over the next little while the poems will be podcast from the website, along with ten short films inspired by the poems. There's also a blog. Recent entries have pondered, among other things, "the idea of oddness in a pram."