June 2nd, Thursday, 7.30 pm
Reading for the 3rd Hay Poetry Jamboree at Oriel Contemporary Arts,
Salem Chapel, Bell Bank, Hay on Wye.
Over three days, June 2-4, other participants include: Ralph Hawkins, Colin Still (films), Helen Lopez, John Freeman, Angela Gardner, Rhys Trimble, Paul Green, Robert Sheppard, Carol Watts, Sean Bonney, Frances Presley, Glenn Storrhaug, Gavin Selerie, Tiffany Atkinson, David Annwn, Zoe Skoulding, Kelvin Corcoran, Maggie O’Sullivan.
Skipping across the pond: interaction between American and British poetries 1964-1970; Plenary for Legacies of Modernism: The State of British Poetry Today conference at Institut Charles V in Paris. Some of the other participants are: Peter Middleton, Romana Huk, Scott Thurston, Xavier Kalck, Luke Roberts, Nandini Ramesh Sankar, Robin Purves, Geraldine Monk, Carol Watts, John Wilkinson, Keston Sutherland, David Kennedy, Emily Critchley, Michael Kindellan, Simon Perril, Sophie Robinson, Ian Davidson, Sam Ladkin, Joe Luna, Will Montgomery, Vincent Broqua, cris cheek, Joshua Adams, Jennifer Cooke, Lacy Rumsey, Jeff Hilson, Neil Psatterson, Sara Crangle, Simon Jarvis, Drew Milne, Robert Hampson.
June 16, Thursday, 7pm-9pm
Proposals performance for POLYply, The Centre for Creative Collaboration
16 Acton Street, London WC1X 9NG; other participants are Ken Hyder,
Justin Katko, Christian Kerrigan (t.b.c.) and Marianne Morris.
The Centre for Creative Collaboration, 16 Acton Street, London WC1X 9NG.
June 21, Tuesday, early evening
Complexity Manifold: Falmouth synopsis, Performance and Contexture event,
University College Falmouth, Wood Lane.
follow up sessions to April 13th session
PARC NorthWest, Practice as Research Consortium, Manchester.
September 16th, Friday, 7.30 pm
British Romantic Painters, invited talk for the
Hereford Arts Appreciation Society.
September 30th, Friday, 7.30 pm
Images of Health and Well-being, twenty-first annual HACS lecture, Courtyard Theatre, Hereford.
October 14th, Thursday, 4.30 pm
Reading performance for Department of English Language & Literature, University of Chicago.
October 15th, Friday, 1 pm
Lecture for Department of English Language & Literature, University of Chicago.
October 27th, Thursday, 4.30 pm
Lecture for Department of English, University of Notre Dame,
Strength in frailty: British poetry in the new millennium.
October 27th, Thursday, 7.30 pm
Reading at Hammes Bookstore, South Bend, Indiana
supported by the Department of English, University of Notre Dame.
November 12th, Saturday 2.30 pm
Narrative Walls: Renaissance frescoes: Giotto to Michelangelo for The National Association of Decorative & Fine Arts Societies.