Pascale Petit, Royal Literary Fund Fellow at the Courtauld Institute of Art and author of What the Water Gave Me: Poems After Frida Kahlo, will be reading and teaching across England and France this fall and winter. If you have the opportunity to attend one of her workshops, readings, or panels, you’re in for a treat. (And if not, you can always buy a copy of her wonderful book here.)
Magdalene College Festival of the Image
Magdalene College, Cambridge, 5pm
Thursday 20 October 2011
Poetry and Image: Pascale Petit will take part in a panel conversation on poetry inspired by works of art. She will talk about a poem by the exiled Chinese poet Yang Lian for the dissident Chinese artist Ai Weiwei. Followed by a reception.
FREE ENTRY, open to the public.
The Sir Humphrey Cripps Theatre (Chesterton Road Entrance)
Magdalene College, Cambridge, CB3 0AG.
Magma #51 launch reading
8-10pm Monday 14 November 2011
Coffee-House Poetry at the Troubadour,
263-267 Old Brompton Road, London SW5
Guests Selima Hill and Pascale Petit
Pascale will read new work
£7 (concs. £6)
Making Worlds – a poetry writing course at Chateau Ventenac in the South of France with Pascale Petit
12–18 May 2012
Book Now, 10 places max (only 4 left)
or phone Julia in the Languedoc:
++44 (0) 7773 206344 or 0033 671 894990
How can you create your own fully sensed world? What can only you write about? And how can you transform the raw material of your life into poems that surprise you and the reader? This course will encourage you to explore what is important to you as a poet and offer inspiration for new directions.