Entropics 13

Image Credit: Sophie Robinson. Photo: Christa Holka

John Hansard Gallery

023 8059 2158
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Thursday 28 March 2019

The Centre For Modern and Contemporary Writing’s experimental poetry event, Entropics, returns with a double bill of contemporary poets.
Entropics is an Experimental Writing Series, dedicated to introducing audiences to innovative and radical literature. All events are free and open to the public. Each performance is followed by an open conversation with the guest writer/s. You can read about past events on the Entropics blog.
Entropics is hosted by the University of Southampton’s Department of English and Centre for Modern and Contemporary Writing at the University of Southampton.
Everyone is welcome!
About the poets:
Samuel Solomon is Senior Lecturer in Creative and Critical Writing and Co-director of the Centre for the Study of Sexual Dissidence at the University of Sussex. He is the author of Special Subcommittee (2017) and Lyric Pedagogy and Marxist-Feminism: Social Reproduction and the Institutions of Poetry (forthcoming 2019), and he is co-translator from the Yiddish of The Acrobat: Selected Poems of Celia Dropkin (2014). He is a founding member of the Race and Poetry and Poetics in the UK research group and co-organizes the annual Sussex Poetry Festival.
Sophie Robinson is a poet. She lives between London and Norwich, where she teaches Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia. Her new book Rabbit is out now from Boiler House Press. Rabbit was a Poetry Book Society recommendation for Winter 2018 and has been named a poetry book of the year by The Sunday Times.

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