The Oxfam Poetry Series, supported by The Kingston Writing School, continues in London for its 8th year, with a series of readings with major British and international poets, as well as emerging student talents.
All events at Oxfam Books & Music shop, 91 Marylebone High Street, London, W1. 7 minutes from Bakerstreet Tube station. £5 admission; £3 concession.
All proceeds to Oxfam, the registered charity. Hosted by Todd Swift.
To reserve seats, email Martin Penny at oxfammarylebobne at hotmail dot com.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12
Back To School with Five Poets
featuring Annie Freud, Ilya Kaminsky, Todd Colby, Khin Aung Aye (James Byrne translating), and Mike Loveday, launching his debut pamphlet collection.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9
featuring Denise Riley, David Lehman, and Todd Swift, launching his new collection, England Is Mine.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23
Mark Scott, Jill Battson and students from Kingston reading their work.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2
Alice and Peter Oswald Reading Their Work for Oxfam.
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