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State Violence and the Poetic Response

Wednesday 5 December 2018: Writers' Workshop
Thursday 6 December 2018: Evening Reading/Panel Discussion
Venue: Goldsmiths, University of London


This event is completely FREE, and features Fred D’Aguiar, multi-award-winning poet, novelist and playwright, and Professor of English at UCLA, and Nick Makoha, Cave Canem Graduate Fellow and winner of the Toi Dericotte & Cornelius Eady Chapbook Prize.

We are seeking applications from talented aspiring writers to work closely with Fred and Nick in a workshop setting (open to all, the only restriction is a minimum age of 14), as well as a lively audience for an evening reading and panel discussion!

Please see website at for further information.


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