Kei Miller: 'Poetry is never about what we say, it is about how we say it' 2pm-4pm

POETRY AT THE PARSONAGE: Poetry workshop

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POETRY AT THE PARSONAGE: Poetry workshop

Explore the 'how' in a two-hour workshop which examines the poetic articulation of multiple realities, and ways of observing the world.

Kei Miller is a poet, novelist, essayist, short story writer and broadcaster. His 2014 poetry collection, The Cartographer Tries to Map a Way to Zion, won the Forward Prize for Best Collection. In 2016, his novel Augustown was published to much critical acclaim. His poetry has also been shortlisted for awards including the Jonathan Llewelyn Rhys Prize, the Dylan Thomas Prize and the Scottish Book of the Year. His fiction has been shortlisted for the Phyllis Wheatley Prize, the Commonwealth Writers Prize for the Best First Book and has won the Una Marson Prize. Kei has an MA in creative writing from Manchester Metropolitan University and a PhD in English Literature from the University of Glasgow. Kei is currently a Professor in Creative Writing at Exeter University and lives in London.

Tickets £20 (£10 for 16-25 year olds). Please book in advance via the link on this page, or call 01535 640192 for further information.
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