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Gestures: Writing that Moves Between

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Vahni Capildeo’s poetry includes Measures of Expatriation (Forward Prize, Best Collection, 2016) and Venus as a Bear (Poetry Book Society Choice, 2018). Skin Can Hold, their seventh full-length book (Carcanet, forthcoming 2018), arises from experimental theatre. Their non-fiction, on topics ranging from mannequins to masquerade to microtravel, appears regularly in PN Review. They are a Douglas Caster Cultural Fellow at the University of Leeds.
 
Rebecca Tamás is a Lecturer in Creative Writing at York St John, and a widely published poet, whose work explores the connections between the occult, ecological suffering and feminist consciousness. Rebecca’s pamphlets include Savage (Clinic Press, 2017) and Tiger (Bad Betty Press); her first full length collection, WITCH, will be published by Penned in the Margins in 2019. 
 
A poet and essayist, Anne Boyer's honours include the 2018 Cy Twombly Award for Poetry from the Foundation for Contemporary Art, a 2018 Whiting Award in nonfiction and poetry, and the 2016 CLMP award for Garments Against Women (2015). Her most recent work, a collection of essays, fables and ephemera, is A Handbook of Disappointed Fate, and her memoir about cancer and care, The Undying, is forthcoming in 2019. She is the 2018-2019 Judith E. Wilson poetry fellow at Cambridge University.
 
After the event is off sale online, tickets can be purchased directly from the Martin Harris Centre Box Office or on-the-door, subject to availability. The Martin Harris Centre Box Office opening hours are 12.30pm - 2.30pm Monday to Friday. The HOME Box Office will open one hour before the event is due to start.

You can contact the Martin Harris Centre Box Office during opening hours, on 0161 275 8951 or boxoffice@manchester.ac.uk.
 

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