09 August 2016, 6.30pm. Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, Liverpool, L3 4BB. Join radical poets Juliana Spahr and Sean Bonney, and new British poet Ruby Robinson for an evening of politically-charged poetry readings. Situated in the context of the contemporary avant-garde, Spahr and Bonney’s poetry undermines the political and cultural establishment, giving a fresh voice to the dispossessed. Also interested in dismantling and rebuilding, Robinson’s poetry engages with class issues, exploring the contemporary world in scrupulous detail, and offering up imaginative and emotionally-rich commentary on legacies of trauma. Free, booking required. More here.