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The White Review at London Lit Crawl

The White Review headlines the 2014 London Lit Crawl with an event at Peckham Springs from 8pm on Saturday 11 October. We’re excited to present readings by Emily Berry, Luke Brown, Kit Buchan, Holly Pester and Zoe Pilger. 


The event is free to attend. There’s a bar, so there will be drinks. 


EMILY BERRY’s debut collection ‘Dear Boy’ was published by Faber & Faber in 2013. Awarded an Eric Gregory Award in 2008, Emily also co-edits the anthology series ‘Stop Sharpening Your Knives’.

 

LUKE BROWN grew up near Blackpool and now lives in London. He is the author of ‘My Biggest Lie’ (Canongate). 

 

KIT BUCHAN is a poet and songwriter living in London. He took part in The White Review’s presentation for Lit Crawl London 2013, and published ‘The Brothel’ in issue two. 

 

HOLLY PESTER has worked as an archivist, lecturer and practice-based research with performances and sound installations featuring in events in Mexico City, dOCUMENTA 13, the Text Festival, and the Serpentine Gallery Poetry Marathon. Her poetry collection, ‘Hoofs’, was released with if p then q press in 2011 and her next collection, ‘Folkslop’ is due out with Veer Books in late 2014. 

 

ZOE PILGER is an art critic for the ‘Independent’ and winner of the 2011 Frieze International Writers’ Prize. Her debut novel, ‘Eat My Heart Out’ was published in 2014 by Serpent’s Tail.


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