Presenting at ‘Is it Shame or is it Water’ conference at the Oxford Centre for Life Writing

I’m looking forward to taking part in this online conference on 5th and 6th August: ‘Is it Shame or Is it Water: poetry and research in conversation’

This two-day symposium at the Oxford Centre for Life Writing, convened by Dr Katherine Collins, Dr Helen Mort, and Dr Mariah Whelan, will bring together poets, researchers, researcher-poets and poet-researchers interested in exploring the intersections of poetry and research. Papers will explore questions around practices, ethics, outputs, and ourselves as writers/researchers.

I’ll be reading from The Print Museum and discussing poetry and research. There are several fascinating panels to enjoy, with keynote speakers Amit Chaudhuri,  Carmen Bugan and Kate Clanchy.

Find out more and reserve your free ticket here:https://oclw.web.ox.ac.uk/event/is-it-shame-or-is-it-water-poetry-and-research-in-conversation

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