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Monthly Archives: November 2013
Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month, at Vogue Fabrics, 66 Stoke Newington Road, London N16 7XB. Doors open 8 pm, sign up between 8 and 9, readings from 9 pm. Everyone gets 5 minutes to share their own … Continue reading
MSt alumnus James Benmore will be at Blackwell’s in Oxford on Saturday 7th December 2013, between 12 noon and 2 pm to sign copies of his debut novel Dodger. Other authors present will be Samantha Shannon, author of The Bone … Continue reading
The London Branch of the Berlin Writers’ Bloc, founded by Oxford alumni Roanne O’Neil and Oliver Michell, and MSt student Yonatan Weizman, meets weekly on a Tuesday, at the Prince Regent Pub, Marylebone High Street upstairs room, (nearest tube Baker … Continue reading
MSt alumni reading by Bette Adriaanse, James Benmore and Jeremy Hughes, Albion Beatnik Bookshop, 15 Dec 2013
MSt alumni Bette Adriaanse, James Benmore and Jeremy Hughes will be reading from their latest and forthcoming novels. 5pm – 7pm, Sunday 15 December, the Albion Beatnik Bookstore, Oxford.
Magma Judge’s Prize Magma Editors’ Prize for poems of up to 12 lines, judged by a panel of Magma Editors comprising Julia Bird, Rob Mackenzie, Ian McEwen, Laurie Smith and Karen McCarthy Woolf. Entry Fees: £5 for the first poem, … Continue reading
Our Obsidian Tongues is reviewed in Magma 57, available from 11 November 2013 http://magmapoetry.com/
“The poems in the collection move fluidly between original work and translations from Spanish and indigenous languages like Zapotec, and the city they circulate shifts too, as we move among butchers, kidnappers, businessmen, mango sellers, and the “celestial bouncers” of … Continue reading
MSt students and alumni: poetry success for David Shook, Sophie Clark, Mariah Whelan, Alexandra Strnad, Kiran Milwood Hargrave, Maya Popa
MSt in Creative Writing students and alumni have been very successful in 2012-2013, publishing, being listed for and winning prizes and residencies, and working with other poets and aspiring poets. Here are a few highlights: MSt alumnus and translator David … Continue reading