The last in the current series of the Kingston Univrsity-sponsored Oxfam Poetry Events in London will be another extraordinary event, with poets from America, Australia. Ireland, and the UK reading:
OXFAM SPRING CARNIVAL
OXFAM BOOKS AND MUSIC
91 Marylebone High Street
Nearest tube Baker Street
Admision: £5; concession £3.
Hosted by Todd Swift
ALL PROFITS TO OXFAM.
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