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Kei Miller at Cultural Exchanges Festival (De Montfort University)

Wednesday, February 28, 2018
6:00 PM  7:00 PM
Clephan Building (3.01)
Bonners Lane Leicester LE1
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“.. when we think about all these borders fidgeting and wriggling and changing. It questions our traditional idea of what poetry is ...”
— Cerys Matthews, Judge of the Forward Prize (2014)

An evening of poetry and words by the Forward-Prize winning author Kei Miller who moves between poetry, novels, essays, short stories and blog forms. He was named one of the Next Generation Poets in 2014.  Miller's many books include the novel Augustown which won the OCM Bocas Prize for Literature in 2017, the poetry collection The Cartographer Tries to Map a Way to Zion (Forward Prize, 2014) and his collection of 'essays and prophecies', Writing Down the Vision. He is a Professor of English and Creative Writing at the University of Exeter. 

FREE, early booking advised.

“Miller is an intelligent humorist. He excels at using novelistic form to imbue his work with an emotional weight.”
— Nick Major, Herald Scotland

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