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Rebecca Goss: Poetry in Aldeburgh

Sunday 10 Nov 2019, 16:00 to 17:00

Jubilee Hall
Crabbe Street
IP15 5BN


Mona Arshi, Dzifa Benson, Rebecca Goss and John McCullough. 

Mona Arshi, 'continues to draw on the natural world as a source of inspiration and solace, but which depicts the realities of grief with a sense of detachment'. Dzifa Benson is a multi-disciplinary live artist who uses literature as her primary mode of expression. John McCullough's first collection 'Frost Fairs' won the Polari First Book Prize while his follow-up 'Spacecraft' was one of The Guardian's best books for summer 2016. Rebecca Goss  was one of the Poetry Book Society's 20 poets of the next generation in 2015. She follows her acclaimed second collection, 'Her Birth' - a work of 'immense grace' (Poetry London), and opens onto new territory in a study of girlhood that deals candidly with the physical and mental quakes that follow illness and trauma. 

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