LOOSE MUSE EVENT – 10TH OCTOBER, 2012

Hi gang,

With autumn chasing away the last remnants of summer, the October Loose Muse has a real international flavour:

LOOSE MUSE – London’s Premiere Women’s Writers Night.

Wednesday 10th October – the second Wednesday of each month.

@ The Poetry Cafe, 22 Betterton Street, London WC2 (closest tube = Covent Garden),

8.00 p.m. – £5.00 – £3.00 concessions

Features this month:

Ivy Alvarez is the author of Mortal (Washington, DC: Red Morning Press, 2006), with a second collection forthcoming from Seren Books. A recipient of writing residencies from MacDowell Colony, Hawthornden Castle and Fundacion Valparaiso, her work appears in journals and anthologies in many countries, with individual poems translated into Russian, Spanish, Japanese and Korean. www.ivyalvarez.com

Jona Burghardt is a writer, poet, translator and teacher, from Buenos Aires, who has lived in Germany since the mid 80’s.  She specializes in poetry written in Spanish and German, edited a series of Korean literature, and translated German, Austrian, Swiss, Arab and Asian authors into Spanish for International Poetry Festivals in Colombia, Argentina and Venezuela, where she also led workshops. Her poems have been translated into Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Portuguese and Turkish, and she has presented her work at international festivals all over the world.

Plus plenty of chances to come read your own work from the floor. 

So come share the passion, share the joy!

Agnes Meadows

Host and Coordinator – Loose Muse Women’s Writers’ Night

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