Is June 16 The Busiest Poetry Day Of The Year?

June 16th - in London - will require all the chutzpah of an Orson Welles shuttling across town in a rented ambulance - to allow poets and poetry fans to enjoy what will be on offer that night. I count at least three major don't-miss events the same evening: The Poetry London summer issue launch, featuring readings from Emily Berry and others; The Michael Marks small press pamphlet awards at the British Library; and the Eric Gregory winners reading. Put that red light on your vehicle now, and rock on!

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Ms Baroque said…
...Or, for a very select band, my Wednesday workshop group in Old Street!
Anonymous said…
And you can add to that Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch's reading, at Birkbeck in Bloomsbury! Look here: http://www.bbk.ac.uk/brrkc/
What is it with 16 June? :)
Anonymous said…
I'm not anonymous by the way, I am Nathalie Wourm, the organiser of the reading at Birkbeck! :)

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