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Join us for the launch of small white monkeys by Sophie Collins with Helen Charman and Rachael Allen.
Sophie Collins grew up in Bergen, North Holland, and is now a lecturer at the University of Glasgow. She is the author of Who Is Mary Sue? (Faber, 2018) and small white monkeys (Book Works, 2017), and the editor of Currently & Emotion (Test Centre, 2016), an anthology of contemporary poetry translations; a sequel, Intimacy, is forthcoming. She is the translator, from the Dutch, of Lieke Marsman’s The Following Scan Will Last Five Minutes (Pavilion, 2019). Most recently, she has translated Marsman’s novel, The Opposite of a Person (Daunt Books, 2022). She is currently working on new poetry and prose.
Rachael Allen is the author of Kingdomland (Faber) and co-author of numerous artists' books, including Nights of Poor Sleep (Prototype), Almost One, Say Again! (Slimvolume) and Green at an Angle (Kestle Barton).
Helen Charman is a writer and academic based in Glasgow. Her first book, MOTHER STATE — a political history of motherhood — is forthcoming from Allen Lane. Her latest poetry pamphlet, IN THE PLEASURE DAIRY, was published by Sad Press in 2020. She teaches English Literature at Durham University.