Friday, April 23, 2010

Poetry East coming up at London Buddhist Centre

 Fiona Sampson,
reading poetry
at the LBC
on April 24th
Maitreyabandhu writes with news of the next event hosted by Poetry East - the London Buddhist Centre ‘s bi-monthly poetry forum. He says -

“Our next event is coming up on Saturday 24th April; we’ll be welcoming Fiona Sampson.

“Fiona has published seventeen books, most recently Poetry Writing (2009) and A Century of Poetry Review (PBS Special Commendation, 2009). She’s won the Newdigate Prize, been short-listed for the Forward single-poem and T.S. Eliot Prizes, received writers’ awards from the Arts Councils of England and Wales, and in 2009 received a Cholmondeley Award.

“She is published in more than thirty languages, and her ten books in translation include Patuvachki Dnevnik, awarded the Zlaten Prsten (Macedonia). Having started life as a violinist, she collaborates regularly with composers as well as visual artists and this year gives the Newcastle Poetry Lectures under the title Music Lessons. She is the editor of Poetry Review, a regular broadsheet reviewer, and Distinguished Writer at the University of Kingston. Forthcoming are Rough Music (May, Carcanet) and the Faber Poet to poet Shelley (2011)

The event starts at 7.30pm at the London Buddhist Centre in East London.

More details on the Poetry East website at

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