23 June · 19:00 – 20:30
Carol Watts: A talk on craniality, political economy & memory
Marianne Morris: Poems With Beats
Jakub Julian Ziolkowski: Exhibition ‘In Utero’
*** Free Drinks & ‘Interior Ears’ hand-out for all ***
£3 / £1.50 – for booking details see below
Important: As the capacity for the event is limited, please book in advance by emailing Charlotte Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling on 020 7490 7373 ext 20. Please be aware that if you haven’t booked in advance and turn up on the night, this is fine but if capacity is reached you may not be allowed in.
About the Speakers
Carol Watts is Reader in Literature and Poetics, Birkbeck, University of London; Co-Director, Birkbeck Centre for Research in Contemporary Poetics. She has published a study of Dorothy Richardson (Northcote House, 1995) and The Cultural Work of Empire: The Seven Years War and the Imagining of the Shandean State (Edinburgh: EUP, 2007). Her poetry publications include Wrack (Reality Street, 2007), brass, running (Equipage, 2006), When blue light falls (Oystercatcher, 2008) and alphabetise (Intercapillary Editions, hardback edition 2011). She is currently researching the transatlantic culture of loyalism during the American Revolution.
Marianne Morris was raised in London. She studied English Literature at Cambridge, and was the recipient of the Harper-Wood Studentship for Creative Writing from St. John’s College in 2008. She is now researching for a PhD in contemporary poetry at Dartington (University College Falmouth). She founded Bad Press in 2002. Publications include: Commitment (Critical Documents, 2011); Tutu Muse (Fly By Night Press, 2008); A New Book From Barque Press, Which They Will Probably Not Print (Barque Press, 2006); with Bad Press: Cocteau Turquoise Turning, Fetish Poems (2004); Gathered Tongue, Memento Mori (2003); Poems in Order (2002). Who Not To Speak To and Iran Documents are forthcoming from Acts of Language and Openned Press respectively.
‘Intercapillary Places: Poetry at Parasol Unit’ is organised by Edmund Hardy and Felicity Roberts