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MOOT PRESSHOTEL PRESENTS

AN EVENING OF EXPERIMENTAL POETRY & PROSE
THE DARK STUDIO,
ARNOLFINI CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ARTS

16 Narrow Quay,  Bristol, BS1 4QA

27.08.17. 

15:00 START


entry by donation
book table + bar






FEATURING READINGS FROM
SOPHIE SEITA,

Sophie Seita
works with language on the page, in performance, and in translation. She has presented her work at the Serpentine Gallery, La MaMa Galleria (NYC), Company Gallery (NYC), Issue Project (Brooklyn), SoundEye (Cork, Ireland), Neue Töne Festival (Stuttgart, Germany), Goethe-Institut New York, and elsewhere. Her publications include Les Bijoux Indiscrets, or, Paper Tigers (Gauss PDF, 2017), Meat (Little Red Leaves, 2015), Fantasias in Counting (BlazeVOX, 2014), 12 Steps (Wide Range, 2012), and i mean i dislike that fate that i was made to where, a translation of the German poet Uljana Wolf (Wonder, 2015). Other work has appeared in (or is forthcoming from) The White Review, Lana Turner, Bomb, 3:AM, PEN America, Currently & Emotion (Test Centre, 2016), and Raphael Sbrzesny’s artist book Service Continu 7/7 (Spector Books, 2017). The recipient of various awards and fellowships for her creative and critical work, she also received a PEN/Heim Grant (2015) for her forthcoming translation of Wolf’s Subsisters: Selected Poems (Belladonna*, 2017). She is a Junior Research Fellow at Queens’ College, Cambridge, where she’s currently editing a facsimile reprint of The Blind Man (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2017) and finishing her first monograph on avant-garde little magazine communities. See also: http://sophieseita.com/

KAREN SANDU

Karen Sandhu
is a poet with an interest in artists’ books. She is a graduate of Royal Holloway’s MA in Poetic Practice. Her poetry has appeared in The Archive of the Now, HOW2, BlazeVOX and Wet Ink. She has collaborated with the Fox Reading Room, ICA London, and has written for The Blue Notebook: Journal for Artists’ Books. She lives in London, England.

WANDA O’CONNOR

Wanda O’Connor
is a doctoral candidate in Critical and Creative Writing at Cardiff University. Recent writing is available in Molly Bloom, Asymptote, Datableed, Magma, Poetry Wales and The Best Canadian Poetry (Tightrope Books). Her chapbook, damascene road passaggio is available to order through Above/Ground Press.

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