Members of the Centre for Poetry have established partnerships with the following organisations:
- English PEN: kitt price
- Poetry Translation Centre: kitt price
- Poet in the City: Margaret Reynolds
- EdExcel: Peter Howarth is a consultant on A-level reform, with special focus on poetry. Rachael Gilmour is also a member of the EdExcel English Literature Advisory Panel, consulting on the redesign of the AS and A level syllabi)
- Schools: Peter Howarth mentors an A-level teacher at St Paul's Way Trust School, and is in process of establishing a QM-East End Teacher network which will also support poetry teaching.
- Cambridge: As founder of the Centre’s Queer Poetics Research Network [QPRN], Susan Rudy is collaborating with members of Queer Research UK at Cambridge to bring a consideration of poetry and poetics research to the table.
- King’s College London: As founder of the QPRN, Susan Rudy is collaborating with Queer@Kings. Their director is a Member of the QPRN’s Advisory Group.
- Sussex: Peter Howarth is also working on a collaborative project on poetry and pop with Daniel Kane which could become a cross-disciplinary network bid proposal from the AHRC with support from the Centre. Andrea Brady co-edits Barque Press with Keston Sutherland. Katy Price and Suzanne Hobson are working with Sarah Crangle to co-host the Modernist Studies Association conference (2013), including an event celebrating the Archive of the Now curated by Katy Price.
- University of Westminster: With Georgina Colby at Westminster, Susan Rudy founded the Centre’s SALON-LONDON in 2016.
- Venice: Robert Gillett is collaborating on The Voice Seminar with Alessandro Mistrorigo, who researches poets performing their own work. Plans are in place for him to come to QM as a Newton Fellow.
- Warwick: Peter Howarth is working to develop partnerships with Emma Mason and Daniel Katz (on a poetry and market value event).