A long and interesting list, with mentions for Other Room readers Tim Atkins, David Berridge, Peter Hughes, Alistair Noon, Michelle Naka Pierce,.Eléna Rivera and Rachel Sills. More here.
Wednesday, 24th February 2016, 18:30. Heffers Bookshop, Cambridge. The launch of two new poetry collections published by Equipage: Cavalcanty by Peter Hughes and Time Dust by Ian Patterson.
Peter Hughes is based in Hunstanton, having worked as a teacher and translator in Italy and the UK. He is the publisher of the Oystercatcher Press chapbooks and has had his own works published by a wide range of presses, including Equipage, Shearsman and Reality Street. His most recent publications are Quite Frankly: After Petrarch’s Sonnets (Reality Street, 2015) and Cavalcanty (Equipage, 2015)
Ian Patterson lives and works in Cambridge, where he is a fellow of Queens’ College. He is well known for his work on Modernism and C20 and contemporary literature, especially poetry. A Selected Poems was published by Salt in 2003 under the title Time to Get Here. Since then, The Glass Bell (2009) has appeared from Barque, as well as Time Dust (2015) from Equipage and Still Life (2015) from Oystercatcher.
The event is free to attend, but booking is essential.
Billy Mills reviews recent Other Room reader Peter Hughes’ Quite Frankly After Petrarch HERE
Peter Hughes launching his translations of Petrarch
Peter Hughes will read at The Other Room on 10th June, 7pm, alongside Amy Cutler and Luke Allan.
I sometimes wrote in Italian, in an exploratory kind of way, just for myself, in notebooks. I didn’t try to publish it. Mainly I contented myself with reading Italian, and sometimes translating from Italian into English.
Read more of this interview with Peter Hughes HERE
And a review of Quite Frankly (Translations of Petrarch’s Sonnets) by Steve Waling HERE