Monthly Archives: October 2020

Poetry And Everyday Sexism: Event 2

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From the introduction to my thesis ‘Poetry and Everyday Sexism’

Last month, I created an audience-directed, choose-your-own-adventure reading of my thesis ‘Poetry and Everyday Sexism’. It was great fun, and sold out really quickly, and I promised various people I would run it again…

So Poetry and Everyday Sexism No.2 is taking place on 28th October from 7.30pm-9pm. Tickets are available here https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/poetry-and-everyday-sexism-tickets-123338054441 but there are very few left! So you will have to be quick.

The event will be a mixture of poetry and prose, and the audience will be presented with a series of polls which will allow them to make their way through the text, deciding what they would like to hear next.

If you came to the first event, there may be some overlap, but I suspect that the whole thing will go off in a very different direction again!

The event will be once again hosted by Dr Nikolai Duffy, one of my brilliant PhD supervisors.