Saturday, October 11, 2008

LONDON: The Wolf Showcase at The Troubadour

Monday, October 20th, 2008, 8pm, £6/£5
The Troubadour,
263-267 Old Brompton Road,

The Wolf on its travels - editor James Byrne introduces Niall McDevitt, Alfred Corn, Sandeep Parmar, Nina Zivancevic, Ahren Warner, Fiona Curran, Siddhartha Bose and Penelope Shuttle.

Penelope Shuttle lives in Cornwall - her eighth collection, Redgrove’s Wife (Bloodaxe, 2006) was shortlisted for the Forward and TS Eliot prizes;
Sidhartha Bose has lived in London and the USA, and has had poems in international journals including Alhamra Literary Review;
Columnist & sonic artist Fiona Curran's first collection is The Hail Mary Pass (Wrecking Ball);
Ahren Warner recently moved to London, working towards a Donut Press pamphlet, and is a award-winning Serbian-born essayist/translator;
Nina Zivancevic lives in Paris and has published 12 books of poems, two novels and three short-story collections;
Sandeep Parmar has a UEA Creative-Writing MA and a PhD for work on modernist poet, Mina Loy;
Alfred Corn is a Georgia-born art-critic & author of The Metamorphoses of Metaphor - his Contradictions (2002) was an Oklahoma Book Award finalist;
Folk-singer Niall McDevitt leads walks around Yeats’/Rimbaud’s/Dylan-Thomas’s William Blake’s London(s)—he won 2005’s ‘The Verb’ Urban Poetry Competition.

For information, advance booking, season ticket & mailing list enquiries, phone 020 8354 0660.

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