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SPEAK Presents an Evening Salon of Poetry

11th June 2019, 18:30 to 19:30, Durham World Heritage Site Visitor Centre, Karl O'Hanlon and Rebecca Tamás

The first free event of a new occasional poetry salon, based between Durham and York.

Karl O’Hanlon is a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the University of Leeds. His poetry has appeared in Agenda, Poetry, PN Review, and Stand. His debut pamphlet, And Now They Range, was published by Guillemot Press in 2016.

Rebecca Tamás was born in London and currently lives in York, where she lectures at York St John University. Rebecca is the editor, with Sarah Shin, of the anthology Spells: Occult Poetry for the 21st Century (Ignota Press, 2018). She has published three pamphlets of poetry: The Ophelia Letters (Salt, 2013), Savage (Clinic, 2017) and Tiger (Bad Betty Press, 2018). WITCH is her first full-length collection.

Contact suzannah.v.evans@durham.ac.uk for more information about this event.


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