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News

Katy Jackson wins Robert J. Partlow essay prize

Katy Jackson wins Robert J. Partlow essay prize

Description
Katy Jackson has been awarded the Robert J. Partlow essay prize by the Dickens Society of America
Date:
17/01/2017
Alison Gibb's 'I am knot' to be published

Alison Gibb's 'I am knot' to be published

Description
Alison Gibbs's 'I am knot' to be published by Ambergris
Date:
23/12/2016
Karen McCarthy Woolf BBC success

Karen McCarthy Woolf BBC success

Description
Karen McCarthy Woolf's poetry broadcast by BBC
Date:
17/12/2016

 

Events

English goes to the South Bank

Date
Wednesday 1st February 2017
Location:
London, South Bank
Description
English goes to the South Bank

Poetic Practice: Praxis 6

Date
Wednesday 8th February 2017
Location:
14 Wharf Road, N1 7RW London, Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art, United Kingdom.
Description
Praxis 6 with Ryu Hankil, lo wie, Manfred Werder

 

 

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