Poetry Reading Ft. Paul Mills and Carole Bromley

Monday 23 November 2015, 6.30PM

This unique combination of readings will feature prominent local poets Paul Mills and Carole Bromley, but will also include readings by both undergraduate and postgraduate students.

This event is jointly coordinated by the the Department of English and Related Literature, The Narrator, The Looking Glass Anthology, Unknown Magazine and Eborakon.

Following the readings, wine and nibbles will be served in the foyer with a chance for informal discussion with the speakers and to purchase copies of the publications on offer.

PAUL MILLS' poetry has been published in five collections including 'Voting for Spring' and 'Dinosaur Point' (Smith Doorstop) and his plays have been performed at The National Theatre.

CAROLE BROMLEY'S poetry has been published in 'Poetry Review', and collected in 'A Guided Tour of The Ice House' and 'The Stonegate Devil' (Smith Doorstop). Her work has won The Bronte Literary Prize and Torbay.

 

Location: Bowland Auditorium, Humanities Research Centre, Berrick Saul Building, Heslington West Campus

Admission: All welcome, no need to book

Paul Mills

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