Monday, October 12, 2009

LONDON: Lumen Poetry Series

Tuesday, 13th October, 2009, 6.30pm for 7pm, £4/£3, wine
88 Tavistock Place
Tubes: Russell Square, Kings Cross, St Pancras

An invitation to the launch of A Compression of Distances (Daphne Gloag), This Is The Woman Who (Claudia Jessop), plus a reading of Cuba In The Blood (Wendy Klein).

Poets from the floor also welcome. Please bring a copy of your poem if you wish to be considered for the anthology sponsored by Cinnamon Press in aid of the Cold Weather Shelter .

About the poet:
Daphne Gloag’s poetry has an extraordinary range of reference: to books, artists, architecture, place and the physical universe. What is remarkable about her writing is the way in which she investigates these interests and uses them to illuminate human experience, in particular her close relationship with the you the poems often address. Here is a distinctive voice, both enquiring and lyrical, which affirms life and celebrates love.

All proceeds to the Cold Weather Shelter.

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