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Caroline Bergvall event in Cambridge

To mark Caroline Bergvall’s arrival as the incoming Judith E Wilson visiting fellow, there will be a special poetry event in the Judith E Wilson Drama Studio, Faculty of English, University of Cambridge.

Monday 15th October, 8 pm.

Caroline Bergvall and Lisa Robertson will present and read from their work.

All welcome.

Judith E Wilson Drama Studio, Faculty of English, 9 West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DP

Caroline Bergvall is a poet of French-Norwegian nationalities who has lived in England since 1989. She has developed audio texts and collaborative performances with sound artists in Europe and North America. Her many books include ‘Fig (Goan Atom 2)’ (Salt, 2005); and ‘Meddle English’ (2010) . She is also one of the editors of ‘I’ll Drown My Book: Conceptual Writing by Women’ (2012). <http://www.carolinebergvall.com/>

Lisa Robertson’s most recent book is a collection of essays, ‘Nilling’, from Bookthug in Toronto. Reality Street published 2 early books: ‘Debbie: An Epic’, and ‘The Weather’, which she wrote in Cambridge in 1998, when she was Judith E Wilson Visiting Fellow. A Canadian, she has also lived in California, and in France. She teaches at Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam, and this year is a visiting research fellow at Queen Mary University London.

enquires to: Drew Milne <[email protected]>

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