Over Land Over Sea: Future Dates

Over Land Over Sea poems for those seeking refuge book cover“Over Land Over Sea: poems for those seeking refuge” has now gone into a second reprint. It has also had an extensive review at Sabotage Reviews. New events are listed below:

18 June 2016 11.45am Town Hall Square Leicester

Poems from “Over Land Over Sea: poems for those seeking refuge” will be read by the editors on the acoustic stage during Red Cross’s fundraising events to mark the start of refugee week.

23 June 2016 6-9pm Voiced at the Exchange Bar, Leicester

Contributors and editors will be reading poems from “Over Land Over Sea: poems for those seeking refuge” during Voiced, an evening of spoken word and music at the Exchange Bar.

1 August 2016 from 7.30pm Poetry Cafe, London with Exiled Writers Ink

At the invitation of Exiled Writers Ink, poets from “Over Land Over Sea: poems for those seeking refuge” will reading their work.

1-9 October 2016 Leicester Railway Station Journeys Pop-up Poem Library

ER LogoReading is about sharing stories and making an imaginative journey, ideal to liven a routine commute or inspire on a longer trip. Travelling is an ideal time to read or think of other journeys. To provide inspiration, we will give out postcards from Leicester Railway Station with extracts from poems featured in “Over Land Over Sea: poems for those seeking refuge” (Five Leaves, 2015). The poems are about journeys refugees have undertaken, including historical journeys, to inspire and provoke ideas.

 

Copies of “Over Land Over Sea: poems for those seeking refuge” are available from Five Leaves.

 

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