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Serpentine Gallery Readings (1 November)

Please join us for readings by LARS IYER and ANDREA BRADY at the Serpentine Gallery at 3pm on Saturday 1 November.

 

The event takes place within the Trisha Donnelly exhibition. The White Review has been invited to present the event as part of the Saturdays Live programme, which explores ideas and practices connected to Serpentine Galleries exhibitions through performances, interventions and participatory actions. The event is FREE.

 

ANDREA BRADY’s books of poetry include ‘Vacation of a Lifetime’ (Salt, 2001), ‘Wildfire: A Verse Essay on Obscurity and Illumination’ (Krupskaya, 2010), ‘Mutability: scripts for infancy’ (Seagull, 2012), ‘Cut from the Rushes’ (Reality Street, 2013) and ‘Dompteuse’ (Bookthug, 2014). She is a professor at Queen Mary University of London, where she runs the Centre for Poetry, and director of the Archive of the Now, a digital repository of recordings of poets performing their own work. She is co-publisher of Barque Press.

LARS IYER is a lecturer in philosophy at Newcastle University. He is the author of the novels ‘Spurious’, ‘Dogma’ and ‘Exodus’, which was shortlisted for the 2013 Goldsmiths Prize. His new novel, ‘Wittgenstein Jr’, has been acclaimed as ‘superbly done’ by the Guardian, an ‘elegiac book’ by the Telegraph and a novel ‘you can read in an afternoon but think about for a year’ by the Independent on Sunday.


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