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Monthly Archives: October 2015
MSt alumna Susie Campbell’s second pamphlet, published by Annexe Magazine, will be launched in London: 23rd October, at Vout-O-Rennes. 7pm. The event that will include a celebration of Annexe Magazine over the years. (entry free) Oxford: 8th November, Albion Beatnik … Continue reading
“Tumbling Down Joyce’s Stairs: South London’s reply to Dubliners” MSt tutor Roopa Farooki’s piece on her novel Londoners and on being inspired by Joyce has been published in Collected, the weekly series of articles by Royal Literary Fund’s writers edited … Continue reading
Now and Then: Poetry for Peace Saturday 17 October, 11am–12pm Free, no booking required. MSt tutor Jenny Lewis and Adnan al Sayegh will be reading in the Near Eastern Gallery of the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford “in celebration in one … Continue reading
UEA India in partnership with St Hugh’s College, Oxford “Literary Activism: a Symposium’ Time: Friday, 16 October 2015, 10am to 6pm Venue: Maplethorpe Building, St Hugh’s College, Oxford “This day-long event is free of charge and open to anyone who … Continue reading
MSt tutor Nicoletta Demetriou on ‘Collecting music, collecting life stories: The Cypriot Fiddler project.’ Wolfson College, 20th October 2015
MSt tutor Nicoletta Demetriou will be speaking about “her attempt to record the stories of Cyprus’s last surviving traditional fiddlers. She will talk about what musicians’ life stories can tell us about the music and society we are looking at, … Continue reading
Poetry Society commissions MSt tutor Jane Draycott and others for “Beginning to See the Light”, 8th Oct 2015
The Poetry Society has commissioned new pieces from MSt tutor Jane Draycott, Raymond Antrobus, Malika Booker, Holly Corfield Carr, Caleb Klaces and Richard Price, for the National Poetry Day show “Beginning to See the Light” at the Southbank Centre, London. … Continue reading
(photograph by Lucinda Douglas Menzies, from exhibition site) MSt tutor Roopa Farooki features in an an exhibition of portraits of South Asian writers by Lucinda Douglas Menzies in Spitalfields from 7th-13th October at 6 Puma Court, E1 6QG.
The volume of essays, Music in Cyprus, co-authored by MSt tutor Nicoletta Demetriou and Jim Samson, Emeritus Professor of Music at Royal Holloway, University of London, has been published by Ashgate. “The authors consider such questions as: What is the role of … Continue reading