Thursday 1st February 2018, 6.30am to 8.30am
Medical Society of London
11 Chandos Street
(7 minutes walk from Oxford Circus Tube Station)
Timothy Adès is speaking on 'The Impossible: Translating Poetry with Rhyme and Metre' hosted by the Queen's English Society.
Admission is free
Monday 5th February 2018, 7.00pm to 8.30pm
London Review Bookshop
Tickets are 10£ and can be purchased here:
Atlantic Drift (Arc) - a new anthology featuring 24 poets from Britain, Ireland, the USA and Canada - seeks to highlight new and established writers from both sides of the Atlantic and in between. It defines and redefines the various dialogues between the English-speaking traditions.
The three poets reading are Andrea Brady, American-born, but resident in England, John James from Wales, and Sophie Collins, based in Edinburgh. The readings will be introduced by the editors of the anthology, Professor Robert Sheppard and Dr James Byrne, both of Edge Hill University.
Wednesday 28th February 2018, 7.30pm to 9.00pm
The Arts Centre
Edge Hill University
St Helens Road
Tickets are 5£ and can be purchased here:
with Valzhyna and Zaynab Allak
Antony Rowland is a professor of Modern and Contemporary Poetry at Manchester Metropolitan University. His work has been compared with poets as disparate as John Ashbery and Ezra Pound.
Join us for the launch of his third collection M.
M (‘Manchester’) deals with the contemporary subject of terrorism, industrial decline, and Icelandic violence. It also includes the poems that received the Manchester Poetry Prize in 2012.
This event will also include readings by Valzhyna Mort and Zayneb Allak.