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Phoebe Power: Newcastle Poetry Festival

Friday 3 May 2019, 14:30 to 15:30

Northern Stage
Barras Bridge


Our afternoon reading brings together three diverse and experimental voices.Emily Hasler reflects on how our world is made in her expertly-crafted debut,The Built Environment (Pavilion, 2018); Phoebe Power mixes poetry, prose, image,language and narrative to question what itmeans to feel like a stranger at home in Shrines of Upper Austria (Carcanet, 2018); and Andrew McMillan takes an intimate and frank lookat how we grow into our sexual selves and our adult identities in playtime (Cape, 2018). 

Tickets for this are £6/£4 - find out more here.

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