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DAYTIME READINGS In the Main Hall at the Poetry Magazine Fair:

12pm: Alan Gillot introduced by Dream Catcher Alan has broadcast on pirate radio and sung in Albert Hall. A reviewer describes his poetry as ‘written with a musical ear, far-ranging in its cultural references. A real treat.’ 1pm: Cristina Haraba introduced by Magma Cristina is an actor, script editor and freelance PR consultant based in London. Her work has appeared in The Rialto. 2pm: William Oxley introduced by Acumen William Oxley writes ‘a full-bodied poetry of largesse. It should be quaffed rather than sipped.’ 3pm: Anthony Rudolf introduced by PN Review Anthony Rudolf was born in 1942 in London, where he still lives. He studied modern languages and social anthropology at Trinity College, Cambridge. He is a major translator of literary works from French, Russian and other languages: these include books by Yves Bonnefoy, Claude Vigée, Edmond Jabès and Evgeny Vinokurov. 4pm: Phoebe Stuckes introduced by Ambit Phoebe Stuckes studies at Goldsmiths. She has been a winner of the Foyle Young Poets award four times and was a Barbican Young Poet. She has performed at the Southbank Centre, the Poetry Cafe and Ledbury Poetry Festival.

Free Verse: Poetry Magazine Fair 2017 Programme  

A complete guide to the readers and exhibitors at the first Free Verse: Poetry Magazine Fair, to be held on Saturday 13th May 2017 in Holy R...

Free Verse: Poetry Magazine Fair 2017 Programme  

A complete guide to the readers and exhibitors at the first Free Verse: Poetry Magazine Fair, to be held on Saturday 13th May 2017 in Holy R...

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