In March the Waves Breaking podcast series interviewed Nat Raha.
Raha’s chapbook de/compositions is available on enjoy your homes press.
Listen to the podcast here:
enjoy your homes press will be joining Andro & Eve on the 27th January for their first event of 2018, ‘The Revival: Women and The Word’.
Join Andro and Eve for a very special evening of film and live poetry performance celebrating the work of queer women of colour. With a screening of Sekiya Dorsett’s documentary ‘The Revival: Women and The Word‘, and performances by poets Dylema and Ella Otomewo.
Doors: 6pm. Last entry 7pm. Film: 7.15pm
SECRET SHEFFIELD VENUE.
All guests will be e-mailed the venue location 2 days before the event.
Tickets: £10 ADV (Plus £1 booking fee).
Very limited number of accessibly priced tickets at £2.50 (inc booking fee) also on sale. Deets: https://www.facebook.com/events/1287205854719061/
A poetry reading series, in the centre of Sheffield, between the seven hills. Innovative poetries from the South Yorks hinterlands & further-flung.
Nisha Ramayya’s poetry pamphlets Notes on Sanskrit (2015) and Correspondences (2016) are published by Oystercatcher Press. Her writing can be found in Ambit, Datableed, Litmus, Poetry London, The White Review, and Zarf. She is a member of the ‘Race & Poetry & Poetics in the UK’ research group and she teaches Creative Writing at Royal Holloway, University of London and the University of Kent.
Ollie Evans is a writer, performer and English language teacher from London. His most recent book, Portraits of the Middleincome (Contraband, 2017), is based on translations of Henri Michaux, Clarice Lispector and Old English poetry. Other poetry publications include: Kettles (Veer, 2013); High Digger’s From the Ear-far-out-wrung of these Thinkings (Stoma Press, 2013); The Chomedy (Red Ceilings Press, 2013); Dash Booked a Builder (Red Ceilings Press, 2012) and Stutter Studies (Department, 2011). Works and films: orte.tumblr.com; https://vimeo.com/orte.
Readings take place at La Biblioteka, Sheffield city centre. BYOB. Doors 7pm. £4 waged / £3 unwaged / pay what you can. All proceeds to poets towards train fares/expenses. All very welcome.
We are committed to making this event as accessible as possible for all involved. If you require any further access information or have any specific requirements then please get in touch via electricarcfurnaceverse [AT] gmail [DOT] com.
Electric Arc Furnace #4: ecopoetry special edition
Wednesday 6th September, 7-9pm
Bank Street Arts, Sheffield
Free entry, all welcome
With ASLE-UKI & Land2, & part of the evening event programme for the conference, Cross Multi Inter Trans.
Electric Arc Furnace is a poetry readings series based in the centre of Sheffield, between the seven hills. This time, in a break with the usual two-poet format, we are uncontainably excited to welcome but THIRTEEN ecopoets speaking at the conference to Sheffield, to each read a five-minute sample of their work. Expect innovative (eco)poetries; encounters with nonhuman animals; the ground slanted; landscapes of avant-pastoral; embodied performance; radical field work; bugs, birds & apples; the green & the red.
For information about individual readers, check out the poets’ bios on the conference website: https://asleukiland2017.com/