Tuesday 23rd January 2024 Exiled Lit Cafe
An evening of poetry and prose to reflect upon the many guises, demands and denials of survival across time, space and objects
Featuring George Szirtes, Tamara Wilson, Maia Elsner and Viv Fogel
Tuesday 23rd January at 7 pm
49 Great Ormond Street
London WC1N 3HZ
£5 or £3 for EWI 2024 members – pay on the door – cash only
or by Eventbrite
George Szirtes is a multi-award-winning poet, translator, editor and painter. He won the prestigious Faber Memorial Award with his first book The Slant Door and continued to gather almost all national and international awards. His most recent memoir is The Photographer at 16.
Tamara Wilson is an award-winning poet and research fellow at the University of Roehampton. Her forthcoming genre-defying counter-memory text investigates the aftermath of the Armenian Genocide and Greek ethnic cleansing.
Maia Elsner is a highly acclaimed interdisciplinary poet, translator and Zell Fellow at the Helen Zell Writers’ Program in Michigan. Her debut non-fiction book is Dante Elsner (2023).
Viv Fogel is an artist, psychotherapist and wordsmith. Her most recent poetry collection is Imperfect Beginnings (2023). Following the success of her first collection Without Question (2006), Viv’s pamphlets Witness (2013) and How It Is (2018) were equally well-received.
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