Alice Lyons, Veer book launches

The newest Veer book, Alice Lyons‘ The Breadbasket of Europe will be launched at Surrey on Tuesday 15th March, and in Birkbeck at the CPRC on Wednesday 16th March 2016, with readings by Alice.

Surrey
Tuesday, 15th March, 7-8pm, Room TB20B (in the Teaching Block)), University of Surrey, Guildford
 
Birkbeck, University of London

Room B18, Malet Street building
7:30-9pm
free entry, all welcome

About Alice Lyons: 

‘The couple of visits she made to Ireland as a girl and a college student shook her up (in a good way): the first poems she wrote of any significance to her were written after a college term spent in Dublin. In 1996, she had the chance to return to Ireland for an artistic residency, which was a turning point. She decided to move to Roscommon in 1998 and lived in the village of Cootehall for nearly fifteen years. She now lives in Sligo.

Her poems have appeared in publications such as Tygodnik Powszcheny (Kraków) and Poetry (Chicago), as poetry films, public artworks and in gallery contexts. She likes to work across artistic disciplines and with filmmakers, visual artists and other creative thinkers/makers. Two books have been published, Staircase Poems (The Dock, 2006) and speck: poems 2002-2006 (Lapwing, 2015). Her latest collection of poems The Breadbasket of Europe is published by Veer Books, London.

Among the honours she has received are the Patrick Kavanagh Award, the Ireland Chair of Poetry Bursary and an IFTA (Irish Film and Television Award) nomination for ‘The Polish Language.
In 2015-16, she is a Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Studies, Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.’

New from Veer

Veer 050 – Allen Fisher – Defaliliarising _______________ * (2nd edition)

Veer 051 – Martin Bakero – abjects

Burner Veer 012 – Doug Jones – Posts

Veer 052 – Catherine Hales – Feasible Strategems

Burner Veer 013 – David Ashford – XARAGMATA

Veer 053 – Karen Mac Cormack – AGAINST WHITE

Veer 054 – Carol Watts – Sun Dog

More at the Veer Books site.

 

4somes: Veer Books Launch

Wednesday, August 1, 2012, 8:00pm.

Poetry Library, Level 5, Royal Festival Hall, South Bank Centre, London SE1 8XX
Veer Books will launch a new series of variously named publications featuring work by younger innovative writers, four at a time, called ‘VierSomes’ (or ‘4somes’ or ‘Quartets’ …)

This event will launch the series with readings from some of the featured authors:

Becky Cremin, Amy Evans, Edward Hardy, Danny Hayward, Frances Kruk, slmendoza, Nat Raha

Admission free but space is limited – to book a place guests must email specialedition@poetrylibrary.org.uk

Alan Halsey – ‘Even if only out of’

Veer Publication 046 [ISBN: 978-1-907088-39-1]
These poems were written 2008-10. They include some skips & charms against recession, Cicero’s reflections on New Labour, an alphabet, two sets of riddles, a quarrelsome symposium on Blake’s erotica, a tale of post-imperial commerce, recent discoveries concerning the lizopard, versions of Martial, notes on bubbles and additions to Lives of the Poets.
6×9” size. 108 pages. November 2011. £8.00