Monika Radojevic: Poetry reading and Feminist Invoicing

Saturday 24 September 2022

Brontë Festival of Women’s Writing 2022

Brontë Festival of Women’s Writing 2022

Monika Radojevic: Poetry reading and Feminist Invoicing.  Part of the Bronte Festival of Women's Writing.

Join Monika Radojevic, winner of Stormzy’s #Merky New Writer’s Prize, for readings from her poetry collection ‘Teeth in the Back of My Neck’. In the second half of this event Monika will lead an empowering poetry writing workshop using an invoice-style template. 

Feminist Invoicing is a concept that allows the individual to ‘submit’ an invoice to the patriarchy to provide their own interpretation of hurt; an act of empowerment where they and they alone get to dictate the terms of their pain and conditions of their healing. Invoicing is a daily experience for many people, so the common format is being subverted not just as a critique on capitalism but also to suggest that the experiences are beyond simple monetary value. It is a format that allows for great flexibility and open interpretation.
 
Monika Radojevic is a poet, writer, founder of Feminist Invoicing and works in feminist political communications. Her work defies expectations by leaning into rage and imperfection, two things women have historically been prohibited from being. 

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This event takes place 4:45 pm - 6 pm on Saturday 24 September, at West Lane Baptist Church. This event costs £8/£6* concessions, and is a Hybrid Event.

If you're planning on attending in Haworth, please select the '£8 ticket' or '£6 concessions'. You will be sent details on when and where to arrive.


If you're planning on joining online, please select the '£6 hybrid ticket'. We will be sending out the online resources to you. This will included a link to watch a live stream of the event at 4:45 - 6 on the day, a Feminist Invoicing template, and information on how to take part in the workshop at home.

This event is part of the Brontë Festival of Women’s Writing. The Brontë Sisters were bold, daring and wrote stories that surprised the world. This year’s festival celebrates female writers and artists who create work which pushes boundaries.  From poetry workshops and Q&A’s to live music and more, we’re thrilled to present a festival that welcomes exciting female voices from across the country.

What’s more, this year’s  festival is hybrid, which  means you can join us in person in Haworth or online from wherever in the world you are.  

There's so much to see- why not join us for all our festival events and make a weekend of it?

Purchase an In Person Weekend Ticket for £55- includes free admission to the museum.

Joining from home? Purchase an Online Weekend Ticket for £40.
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