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Poetry Discussion: Rebecca Perry

Sat 10th Feb : 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

Stairwell at Manchester Buddhist Centre

The Centre’s small and friendly poetry group, led by Edmund Prestwich — all welcome. A free event, no need to book. This month’s poet is Rebecca Perry. Please read these poems in advance, and bring copies of them along, also Rebecca’s book Beauty / Beauty if you have a copy:

• Beaches (1)
• The Execution of Lady Jane Grey
• Poor Sasquatch
• Kintsugi 金継ぎ
• The Glass Boat
• Pepo
• Alabaster Baby
• The Boy

Edmund’s website carries full information on finding copies of the poems to be discussed.

Edmund Prestwich’s website


Monthly Poetry Discussion

We usually, but not always, get together on the second Saturday of the month to discuss a poet and their work, usually, but not always, a modern one. We sometimes take a break in the summer and at other holiday times. Keep an eye on What’s On for details. It's always safest to check the website before setting off in case the details have changed

Creative Writing at the Buddhist Centre

Various writing groups come and go at the Centre, organised by their own members - keep an eye on the notice board on the ground floor. There are occasional one-off creative writing events here too - check What's On.

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Details

Date:
Sat 10th Feb
Time:
10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Manchester Buddhist Centre
16-20 Turner Street
Manchester, M4 1DZ United Kingdom
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Phone:
01618349232

Other

Suitable for?
Open to all
Any Questions?
info@manchesterbuddhistcentre.org.uk

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