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Goldsmiths Shorts – Launch
16 March @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Join us for the launch of the first four pamphlets in the new Goldsmiths Shorts series: Hasard Objectif by Joanna Walsh, Sad Farsi Love Poem by Abi Andrews, Passivity, Electricity, Acclivity by Ella Frears and Nowhere to go but back again by Dizz Tate.
There will be readings and drinks!
ABI ANDREWS was born in the Midlands. She studied English and Creative Writing at Goldsmiths. Her writing has appeared in Five Dials, Tender Journal and Dark Mountain Project amongst others. Her debut novel The Word for Woman is Wilderness will be published by Serpents Tail in February 2018.
DIZZ TATE grew up in Orlando, Florida. She completed her BA in English Literature and Creative Writing from Goldsmiths in 2014, and her MA in Creative and Life Writing in 2017. She has recently been published in 3:am magazine, No Tokens Journal, and Corda. She is currently working on her first novel Stillness.
ELLA FREARS is a poet, visual artist and curator based in south-east London. Originally from St.Ives, Cornwall, Ella graduated from the BA in English with Creative Writing at Goldsmiths University in 2014. She was a Jerwood/Arvon Mentee and has completed residencies for Tate Britain, the National Trust and Royal Holloway University among others. Ella has been published widely in print and online and is currently working towards a first collection.
JOANNA WALSH was born in the UK. Break.up will be published by Semiotext(e) in April 2018. She is also the author of Worlds From The Word’s End, Hotel, Vertigo, and other books. She was a judge on the 2016 Goldsmiths Prize.