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Four Poets in Paris

We’ll be back at the legendary Shakespeare and Company bookshop in Paris to present our ninth print issue on 2 December, accompanied by four of Britain’s best young poets.



Readings begin at 7pm. Seats will be allocated on a first come, first served basis, and drinks will be served afterwards. 



RACHAEL ALLEN is co-editor of the poetry anthology series Clinic and online journal Tender. Her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in the Sunday Times, The Best British Poetry 2013 (Salt) and Poetry London. She is also the online editor of Granta.

 

KIT BUCHAN is a poet and songwriter living in London, where he is working on his first musical. He is a general freelancer at the Guardian and took part in The White Review’s presentation for Lit Crawl London 2013.

 

SAM RIVIERE co-edits the anthology series Stop Sharpening Your Knives with (among others) Jack Underwood. Awarded the Eric Gregory Award (2009), his debut collection, 81 Austerities, was published by Faber & Faber in 2012 and won the Forward Prize in the same year. He is currently working on his second collection.

 

JACK UNDERWOOD received an Eric Gregory Award in 2007 and was named a Faber New Poet in 2009. His debut collection is forthcoming with Faber & Faber. He is lecturer at Goldsmiths College and reviews new poetry for Poetry London and Poetry Review.


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