Free event. Khairani Barokka, Caroline Bergvall, Sasha Dugdale, and James Womack, in conversation with Kathryn Maris, discuss inventions in translation. EB ticket here:
“Bergvall’s historically multiple language creates a space where all that is transgressive, opaque, and mobile from the medieval and the contemporary meet”. Review by Toby Altman on Alisoun Sings & the trilogy. Chicago Review.
Issue 63:03/04 Winter/Spring 2020
First two in a new series of short Writing Intensives:
1. Creative Use of Research.
2. Multilingual Resistance.
Small group work. Tickets still available: Get your place. Bursaries now fully allocated. More info here.
Register for this workshop in shared writing and interlingual exchanges taking place over two evenings – Wednesday 22 July and Wednesday 29 July! Limited places.
An immersive response to the inner and outer upheavals of the global COVID-19 lockdown. Premiere: Berlin Poesie Festival 9 June 2020. A Sonic Atlas Project.
5 voices, 3 hours, 1 poem. Writing online & through the night with poets Vahni Capildeo, Leo Boix, Will Harris and Nisha Ramayaa. Hosted by Versopolis, Counterpoints Arts, Cement Fields.
Alisoun on collective activision. The Brooklyn Rail. Thanks to Anselm Berrigan.
Part 2 Digital Residency @Poets House. On the ballad, Chaucer, reclaimed English. 30 mins Talk w/ Illustrations, and Conversation with the wonderful Paolo Javier. Youtube.
Part 1 Digital Residency Poets House, NY. Ships and Song. 9 mins.
Reading & Conversation around Alisoun Sings. Hosted by Susan Rudy. Queer Poetics Research. Queen Mary University, London. Still viewable here via FB.