Poetry from Callie Gardner, Alan Baker, Jane Hartshorn

A Nottingham Poetry Exchange event.

Tue, 25 Feb 2020
7:00PM - 8:30PM
Five Leaves Bookshop
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Alan Baker’s poetry is experimental, and both lyrical and political. He has read in the bookshop a number of times over the years. He lives in Nottingham, where he runs Leafe Press and the online magazine Litter. His latest publications include Riverrun, poetry about the Trent.

Callie Gardner’s poetry is a blend of avant-garde rhetoric, utopian politics, and elemental alchemy. Callie edits the poetry magazine Zarf and its associated pamphlet press Zarf Editions. They run a weekly poetry circle at Glasgow’s LGBT bookshop, Category is Books.

Jane Hartshorn is interested in the relationship between chronic illness and sexuality. Her poetic practice explores female embodiment in relation to cultural and social discourses of illness and wellbeing. She has had poems published in amberflora, Front Horse, Raum, and her pamphlet Tract was published by Litmus.

A Nottingham Poetry Exchange event
£4 (£2 students) including refreshments.
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