Poetry at the Print Room

On Tuesday 15th November there is another inspiring poetry evening at the Print Room. Bards read their own verse and will start reciting around 7.30pm. Readings last around an hour or less and then you can join the crowd in the bar for book signings and wine. A perfect way to spend a November Tuesday. Vahni Capildeo will be reading her work, she is a Trinidadian British writer and she has just won the 2016 Forward prize for best collection for Measures of Expiration and she has been short listed for this year’s TS Eliot Prize. Following on from Capildeo will be Ian Duhig (pic) who is a former homelessness worker. Duhig’s seventh collection of poetry The Blina Roadmaker is also shortlisted for the 2016 TS Eliot Prize, is a PBS Spring Recommendation and was shortlisted of the 2016 Forward and Roehampton Poetry Prizes. His pervious awards make quite a list and he is currently working on a project involving refugees suffering from PTSD and their therapists. the-print-room

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