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|London||4th October 2018||
National Poetry Day Translation Summit
-The Future of Poetry Translation: Pathways and Practices
October 4th 2018
For National Poetry Day 2018, the PoetTrio project is hosting a Summit about the future of poetry translation in the Institute of Modern Languages Research, Senate House, London.
What is the future of poetry translation in Britain? This free-to-attend* day is an opportunity to be part of the discussion. Poets, translators, speakers from cultural institutions, publishers and other stake-holders will come together to reflect on best practice, and brainstorm how to take poetry in translation forwards in the next few years. Along with workshops (for which there�s a �5 fee, including lunch), panels and a reading, there will be chances to network and - vitally - to share ideas and kindle future collaborations.
PoetTrio is an AHRC research project, run by Newcastle University and the University of Roehampton, which looks at poet-to-poet collaborative translation.
The Summit is free to attend, but space is limited so please ensure you register in advance. Further information and registration can be found here: https://modernlanguages.sas.ac.uk/events/event/16567
|Sheffield||9th October 2018||
A South Yorks launch reading from Songs for the Unsung at Writers in the Bath, The Bath Hotel, 66 Victoria St, Sheffield S3 7QL. With Joy Howard, Jane Monach, Kate Rutter and Josie Walsh. 7.30 � 9.30pm
|London||11th October 2018||
�Echoing Word� from the infinite to the world, from the world to the human, from the human to the self.� The journey is fulfilled.
A poetic trilogy of the contemporary Greek poet and philosopher Dimitris Kakalidis.
11th October 2018, 19:15
Omilos Eksipiretiton (The Servers� Society) is presenting the third part of a poetic trilogy that narrates the three stations of the humans� journey towards the revealing of the greatness within and around them. First stop is the narration of the Creation�s miracle; the second one is the point where the entire physical world is elevated to its true, spiritual nature. The third stop is the poetic work �Logos the Third�, to which this presentation is dedicated; when the human being passes into another state, deep, internal, unwavering; when it sees that it is One with Nature, with the Creation, with the other Humans, with Life.
The presentation will be held in Greek and English, at the Hellenic Centre, 16-18 Paddington Street Marylebone W1U 5AS.
Entry is free. Bookings at 07960797435 or at email@example.com
|Swansea||16th October 2018||
A Welsh launch reading from Songs for the Unsung at The Friends Meeting House, Page St, Swansea SA1 4EZ. With RV Bailey, Ann Drysdale and Stevie Krayer. 2.30 � 4pm
|Hebden Bridge||1st November 2018||A West Yorks launch reading from Songs for the Unsung at Hebden Bridge Library, Cheetham St, Hebden Bridge HX7 8EP. With Julia Deakin, Joy Howard and Char March. 7 � 9 pm|