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In Agatha’s Footsteps: Arabic Poetry Translation Workshops in Torquay Workshop

In Agatha’s Footsteps: Arabic Poetry Translation Workshops in Torquay

Join the PTC at this Year’s Agatha Christie Festival in Torquay to translate contemporary Arabic poets from Egypt, Syria and Iraq with Translator Alice Guthrie and UK poet Emily Hasler.

International Agatha Christie Festival
Torre Abbey
The King's Drive
Torquay
TQ2 5JE

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Spoken, Not Stirred presents: Somali Poetry with Daljit Nagra

Spoken, Not Stirred presents: Somali Poetry with Daljit Nagra

Spoken, Not Stirred, a poetry open mic night in the east end of London and they are helping us fundraise for the publication of ‘Catastrophe’ a poem-poster by Somali-based poet, Weedhsame.

Studio 3 Arts
Galleons Community Centre,
Boundary Road
Barking
IG11 7JR
Keepers of the Flame: Contemporary Arab Poetry

Keepers of the Flame: Contemporary Arab Poetry

Presented by poet and multi-disciplinary artist Malika Booker, Sudanese poet Al-Saddiq Al-Raddi will read with Dunya Mikhail, Golan Haji and Mona Kareem, part of the Shubbak festival.

British Library
96 Euston Rd,
Kings Cross
London
NW1 2DB
Literatures from Banned Countries

Literatures from Banned Countries

Al-Saddiq Al-Raddi will be present and will be reading A Monkey at the Window, a major new collection that charts his evolution as a poet, from his Sudanese roots to his years of exile in the UK.

Bluecoat
School Lane
Liverpool
L1 3BX
PTC Workshop: Translate Georgian Women Poets with Natalia Bukia-Peters Workshop

PTC Workshop: Translate Georgian Women Poets with Natalia Bukia-Peters

Part of: Poetry Translation Workshops April-July Season

Natalia Bukia-Peters returns for another session translating women poets from Georgia. In previous sessions Natalia has introduced the PTC workshops to a range of interesting voices from Georgia including Diana Anphimiadi, Eka Kevanishvili, Tea Topuria and Dato Magradze. This session will be run by UK poet Clare Pollard.

The Poetry Translation Centre
2 Wardrobe Place
London
EC4V 5AH