KPF22 Poetry Birmingham: The Editor’s Perspective talk/discussion – Online

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4pm-5pm | Tickets £5 | Online via Zoom

Poetry Birmingham Literary Journal was first published in 2019 and has already been heralded for its ‘intellectually lithe and provocative editorials’ (Rory Waterman, The TLS).. Join Editor Naush Sabah as she reads her favourite recent pieces from the journal, and discusses her experiences of editing and what she looks for in a submission. There will be time for questions from the audience.

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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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