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BOOK LAUNCH: The Nine Mothers of Heimdallr by Miriam Nash with artwork by Christina Edlund-Plater

Thursday 29 October, 7pm – 8.15pm.

Join Miriam Nash and her mother Christina Edlund-Plater to celebrate the launch of this beautiful volume from Hercules Editions with poet Jacob Sam-La Rose, Norse scholar Dr. Jóhanna Katrín Friðriksdóttir and composer Treya Nash.



Poetry in Aldeburgh: Workshop

Sunday 15 November, 10 – 11.30am

Playing with Myth: craft new poems from the myths of your families, cultures or daily lives in this workshop of ancient and contemporary lore, guided by poems from around the world.

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Poetry in Aldeburgh: Performance

Sunday 15 November, 7pm. Details coming soon.

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Society of Authors @ Home Festival: Social Media for Poets

Tuesday 17 November, 2 – 3pm

A workshop and panel discussion on social media for poets, its opportunities and discontents, led by Rishi Dastidar, with Jacob Sam-La Rose, Katrina Naomi and Miriam Nash.

Details coming soon. 


Being Human Festival: Smoke Screen

Saturday 21 November, 3 – 6pm

What is the aroma of colonialism? In this event you will be introduced to the history of tobacco cultivation and trade, slavery and colonialism, by Professor Nick Ridout from Queen Mary University of London and explore this history through poetry with Guyanese and Scottish poets Sandra Agard and Miriam Nash.

This event is part of the series ‘Poetry Versus Colonialism’ which is part of the Queen Mary, University of London’s Being Human series ‘Navigating New Worlds’.

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Postponed: Aké Festival Igbo Translation Workshop with Joseph Ike

New date TBC

Translate a poem by celebrated Igbo poet Amarachi Attamah, guided by translator Joseph Ike and poet Miriam Nash of the Poetry Translation Centre.

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Photo by Jacob Sam-La Rose