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Katrina’s poetry events update

Katrina Naomi8 April – Penzance Poetry Parlour with Kim Moore and Helen Mort. Event hosted by Katrina. Doors open 7 pm. £6 https://www.katrinanaomi.co.uk/penzance-poetry-parlour-2018/

19 April – Japanese poetry workshop at the Leach Pottery, Higher Stennack, St Ives, TR26 2HE – £30. Only 2 places left, phone the Leach Pottery to book 01736 799703.

23 April – Peter Redgrove workshop at Indian Kings Poets, Camelford *SOLD OUT*

14 -19 May – Starting to Write course at Arvon’s Lumb Bank, Yorkshire, https://www.arvon.org/course/starting-to-write-with-the-brontes/ tutoring with novelist Tiffany Murray

26 June – Penzance Poetry Parlour, with Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch and Angela Stoner. Event hosted by Katrina. Doors open 7 pm. £6 https://www.katrinanaomi.co.uk/penzance-poetry-parlour-2018/

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9 June – When I Was at My Most Beautiful – Japanese poetry workshop at the Poetry School in London https://poetryschool.com/courses/when-i-was-at-my-most-beautiful/

29 June – Reading and giving a paper at the Women’s Suffrage and the Arts Conference, University of Surrey, Guildford – further details to follow

30 June – Katrina will be in conversation with Estela Welldon at the Poetry & Psychoanalysis Conference, London https://psychoanalysis.org.uk/civicrm/event/info?id=725&reset=1

5 July – Penzance LitFest – further details to follow

5 September – Guest reader at Moniack Mhor course, https://www.moniackmhor.org.uk/courses/poetry-tutored-retreat-jen-hadfield-william-letford-guest-katrina-naomi/

27 September – Penzance Poetry Parlour, with Pascale Petit and Alyson Hallet. Event hosted by Katrina. Doors open 7 pm. £6 https://www.katrinanaomi.co.uk/penzance-poetry-parlour-2018/ 

 2 November – Reading at the Leach Pottery Feast & Flames event – Higher Stennack, St Ives, Cornwall/Kernow TR26 2HE – https://www.facebook.com/events/348081419030963/
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  1. Vicki Morley April 25, 2018 at 5:03 pm - Reply

    Poem from your Japanese Day at the Leach called Ball of Yarn, the line “It’s already crossed the bridge” the echo for me was from Andrew Waterhouse’s “Speaking about my cracked sump” the line “will take a right at the junction” down to “pause by the railings” . In each case the object travels the roads.

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