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Alisoun Sings and hystoricism

“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

Workshops

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.

SONOSCURA

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.

“Wat if I present as a crowd”

Reading & Conversation around Alisoun Sings. Hosted by Susan Rudy. Queer Poetics Research. Queen Mary University, London. Still viewable here via FB.