Port of Call: Poetics, Translation and Cultural Transmission
The University of Liverpool’s ‘Port of Call’ international poetry reading series features eight international poets and translators from India, Singapore, Canada, Morocco, France and the United States for an exciting programme of readings and discussions.
March 14th: 5-6pm
Singaporean poet Alvin Pang and British poet James Byrne (translator of Burmese poetry) will read for 20 minutes each followed by a Q&A and a wine reception.
March 21st: 5-6pm
Belarussian poet Valzhyna Mort and Jamaican poet Ishion Hutchinson will read for 20 minutes each followed by a Q&A and a wine reception.
April 24th: 5-6pm
American poet Marilyn Hacker and Moroccan poet Rachida Madani will read for 25 minutes each followed by a Q&A and a wine reception.
May 8th: 5-6pm
Canadian poet Priscila Uppal with read with British-Indian poet Tishani Doshi for 20 minutes each followed by a Q&A and a wine reception.
All readings will be held in the School of the Arts Library, Abercromby Square
Admission is free but booking is advisable. To book a place please rsvp by email to Filomena.firstname.lastname@example.org stating which events you wish to attend.
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Please come and join us to hear these exciting international poets!
Management Services Team
School of the Arts
G.09, 19 Abercromby Square
Tel – (44) 151 7953129