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Poetry Discussion and Live Reading

Wednesday 12th August @ 7pm

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This event is part of

The European Literature Salon

raising money for County Hall Arts.

The European Literature Salon

Tune in on Wednesday 12th August @7pm

Join the conversation between Screenwriter and Producer, Jeremy Sheldon, and Award-Winning Writer, Poet and Essayist, Kavita A. Jindal. The evening includes a live reading of Kavita’s poems, discussion and Q & A.

£10 Donation

County Hall Arts aims to advance the education of people in the arts for the public benefit in particular the arts of drama, dance, music, motion pictures and the culinary arts.

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Kavita A. Jindal is a prize-winning writer whose work has appeared in literary journals and anthologies in the UK and around the world. Her short stories have been broadcast on BBC Radio 4, and her poems on European radio stations. She is the author of two poetry collections: Patina and Raincheck Renewed. Selected poems have been translated into Arabic, German, Punjabi, Spanish, Portuguese and Romanian. Her poem Kabariwala is included in ‘100 Great Indian Poems’ published by Bloomsbury in 2018. She was shortlisted for the Bridport Poetry Prize in 2018 and longlisted for the National Poetry Prize in 2014. She collaborates with musicians, artists and film-makers on projects that include texts from her poems.

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Jeremy Sheldon is an author, screenwriter and producer with 14 years’ experience in film, publishing, higher education and communications. His collaborators and clients range from top award-winning producers to highly acclaimed independent filmmakers, from governments and global corporations to the world’s leading schools and universities.

Jonathan Cape have published two full-length works of his fiction, The Comfort Zone (2002) and The Smiling Affair (2005).

 

£10 Donation

Tune in LIVE, for a sixty minute discussion on all things poetic as well as a live reading of Kavita’s poetry.

The European Literature Salon