Sat 20 Jun | 11am-1pm | £8 | Kendal Suite
Ian Humphrey’s first full-length collection Zebra (Nine Arches, 2019) takes in 1980’s gay culture and multi-racial heritage. His poetry is playful, risk-taking and exuberant, moving between city and country, between grief and love. Alison Brackenbury is a regular attendee of Kendal Poetry Festival and joins us to read from her Selected Poems Gallop (Carcanet, 2019). Alison is a mesmerising reader of her work and can regularly be heard on BBC Radio. Members of Dove Cottage Young Poets will also perform during this event.
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