Our March event takes place from 6.30pm on Tuesday, 8th March, and we're delighted to have as our special guest poet, novelist, musician and lecturer Anthony Joseph. Born in Trinidad he moved to the UK in 1989. His publications include Desafinado (1994), Teragaton (1997), The African Origins of UFOs (Salt, 2006) and Bird Head Son (Salt, 2009). His work has also been included in several anthologies, including Identity Parade (Bloodaxe, 2010), Red (Peepal Tree, 2010) and Black, Brown & Beige (University of Texas Press, 2009). He performs and lectures internationally and tours with his band The Spasm Band. Joseph lectures in creative writing at Birkbeck and is a AHRC scholar and doctoral candidate at Goldsmiths College.
Anthony will be joined by Rebecca Rouillard, Narayani Guibarra, Michelle Shine and Jenny de Montfort reading short stories, novel extracts and poetry.
You'll find them all on stage at the RADA Foyer Bar in Malet Street, London WC1E 7JN. Admission is free but with a suggested donation of £3.50 to Oxfam. To secure your place, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org