KPF22 Main Reading – Don Paterson and Naush Sabah – Online

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5.30pm – 7.30pm | Tickets £5 | Online via Zoom

Don Patersonlatest collection Zonal (Faber, 2020) takes as its starting point the classic television series The Twilight Zone to create a collection that is a genre-bending experiment in science-fiction, autobiography and all the spaces in-between. Naush Sabahdebut pamphlet Litanies (Guillemot Press, 2021) uses Sufi prayers and sacred texts as a starting point to explore doubt, dissent and dislocation.

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Kendal Poetry Festival’s trademark emphasis is on inclusivity and accessibility. This year we continue to offer free tickets to young people, people with disabilities and their carers. If you are under 21 or have a disability, please select the ‘concessions’ ticket at checkout to receive your free ticket.

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