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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
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
The PTC @ Free Verse: Poetry Book Fair

The PTC @ Free Verse: Poetry Book Fair

The Poetry Translation Centre will be at this year’s Free Verse: Poetry Book Fair, taking place at the Conway Hall, London. The Poetry Book Fair will offer a wide array of performances and will give space for various exhibitors, booksellers, publishers and so much more.

Conway Hall
25 Red Lion Square
London
WC1R 4RL
The PTC at the British Library - International Translation Day 2017

The PTC at the British Library - International Translation Day 2017

The British Library will be holding their annual event for International Translation Day, an opportunity for people to gather and network and debate significant issues and developments within the translation sector, discuss challenges and celebrate success.

The British Library
96 Euston Road
London
NW1 2DB
Ilkley Literature Festival - Catastrophe: A Reading by Daljit Nagra and Weedhsame

Ilkley Literature Festival - Catastrophe: A Reading by Daljit Nagra and Weedhsame

Daljit Nagra and Weedhsame will be together at the Ilkley Literature Festival, as part of Weedhsame’s UK tour. They will be reading the poem ‘Galiilyo’ (‘Catastrophe’) in both Somali and English. This will be followed by a Q&A with Daljit, Weedhsame and bridge translator Martin Orwin.

The Playhouse
Weston Road
Ilkley
LS29 8DW