Readings and Talks in May: Glasgow, Cambridge, Canterbury, NYC.

So I'm hitting the road (+ trains/planes) doing some kind of perverse trans*-atlantic mini tour mostly with Verity Spott. readings (inc.NYC) & talks:

GLASGOW, Saturday 5th May, reading poems for Scotch Bonnet x Back of the Bus, QTIPoC-centred + disco, 10pm - way past bedtime, Glasgow Art School, 20 Scott Street, G3 6PE. The venue is wheelchair accessible; £3/£5 OTND.

CAMBRIDGE, Wednesday 9th May, Nat Raha / Verity Spott - Reading & Seminar, Judith E. Wilson Studio, Faculty of English, University of Cambridge, West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DP. 5pm - 7pm, Free. The venue is wheelchair accessible.
I'll be talking about Queer Marxist [Trans]Feminism & social reproduction + reading.

CANTERBURY, Friday 11th May, Poetry & Austerity: the symposium at University of Kent*; + Poetry & Austerity: the reading at Water Lane Brasserie. My talk is titled 'Poetics After/Before Grenfell'. The university space is wheelchair accessible.  Water Lane involves a step or two to enter, if i remember correctly

NYC, Saturday 26th May, Verity Spott, Dolly Turing & I will be reading. 7.30 - 9pm, Torn Page, 435 W 22nd street, Manhattan. More details to come. Torn Page is on the second floor of a building without a lift.


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