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Anthropocene - Underground, Underworld, Underwater - Poetry Evening

19 Nov 2014

Event times

6.30pm arrival for a 7pm start, finishing around 9pm

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Places are free but please RSVP via Eventrbite at https://19november.eventbrite.co.uk

GV Art

London, United Kingdom

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  • Bus: see www.tfl.gov.uk
  • Tube: Baker Street
  • Rail: Marylebone & Paddington

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Two poets respond to themes explored in the new installation LOST IN FATHOMS, a riveting and original blend of science art and imagination

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Anthropocene - Underground, Underworld, Underwater

Poetry Evening

 

Two poets respond to themes explored in the new installation LOST IN FATHOMS, a riveting and original blend of science art and imagination 

 

Biographies

Declan Ryan was born in Ireland in 1983 and lives in north London. He has an MA in Creative Writing from Royal Holloway, is writing PhD on Ian Hamilton and teaches poetry at King's College London. He has just published his first pamphlet with Faber New Poets, co-edits the Days of Roses anthology series and is a poetry editor at Ambit.

http://faberpoetry.co.uk/2014/09/26/declan-ryan-on-sabotage-reviews/

 

Ruth Padel is an award-winning poet and writer, author of Darwin - A Life in Poems and Tigers in Red Weather, on tiger conservation. Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and the Zoological Society of London, she curates the Writers' Talks on Endangered Species for ZSL London Zoo and was first Resident Writer at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden. She teaches Creative Writing at King's College, London.

www.ruthpadel.com

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