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She Grrrowls: Feminist Arts Night & Open Mic

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Amersham Arms

388 New Cross Road

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SE14 6TY

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NOTE: This event will take place in the room upstairs.

TICE CIN

LEAH THORN

KATE FOLEY

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TICE CIN

Fate as brought us Tice Cin this month, a Turkish-Cypriot writer based in North London. She is currently working on her first novel – a story set between Tottenham and Cyprus that explores the implications of defamiliarising fixed narratives. Tice recently completed her MA in English: Issues in Modern Culture at UCL, specialising in representations of the female body in posthuman literature. She has had her work commissioned by St Paul's Cathedral and magazines such as Skin Deep. An alumnus of the poetry community, Barbican Young Poets, Tice was recently part of the dance and poetry production A Change is Gonna Come at the Barbican. She will be performing at Walthamstow Garden Party on the 14th July.

www.ticein.wordpress.com

LEAH THORN

Leah is a spoken word poet, who works in collaboration with film-makers, dancers and musicians. At the heart of her poetry is the autobiographical exploration of identity and of issues of liberation. She is published through performance, film and anthologies and magazines in England and the United States. Leah is the 2016 Kent Creative Arts Champion of the Year and an International Fellow at The England Centre for Practice Development at Canterbury Christ Church University.

http://www.leahthorn.com/


KATE FOLEY

Award-winning poet, Kate Foley, will be reading from her 10th collection, A Gift of Rivers, published in April by Arachne Press. It was made from meeting, migration and marriage: poems reflecting the journey of one poet and her wife, across linguistic and geographical boundaries – and, with Brexit in the offing, it's far from over yet. Her working life as a nurse, midwife, teacher and archaeological conservator meant that she didn’t consider being published until she retired from her last day job as Head of English Heritage’s Ancient Monuments Laboratory. Since her first collection, Soft Engineering, was published, she has read in many London, other UK and European locations.

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