Maura Dooley Readings

Maura Dooley Readings

Maura Dooley will be giving a number of readings from her new collection The Silvering in Spring 2017.


Monday 30th January 2017 from 7pm, The Bar, Picturehouse Cinema, 38-39 St Andrews’ Street, Cambridge CB2 3AR

The final event of poet Sue Burge's Lumière project will be an Open Mic session in The Bar, Picturehouse Cinema, Cambridge.

Prizewinners of the inspired by film poetry competition will read their winning entries

Featured poets — readings by Bloodaxe poets Maura Dooley and Heidi Williamson

Sue Burge will read cinematic poems from her residency in Paris

Open mic slots for poems on any subject. Book your open mic slot by e-mailing Sue Burge or just come along and enjoy an evening of exciting contemporary poetry.

Monday 6 February 2017, 7.30pm, Coffee House Poetry, The Troubadour London, 263-267 Old Brompton Road, London

sibling poetries: maura dooley, tim dooley & terence dooley

A unique Troubadour fusion with three sibling poets each of whom has taken a distinctively different route through the literary world, all onstage together for the first time, reading poems in an unplanned sequence where each idea, thought, or association, sparks off another in unpredictable directions…

Maura Dooley (latest, The Silvering, Bloodaxe, 2016) teaches at Goldsmiths, founded & directed Literature at the South Bank, is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature & has twice been short-listed for the TS Eliot Award;

Tim Dooley is a Poetry School Tutor, visiting lecturer at Univ. of Westminster & former Poetry London Reviews/features editor; latest collection, The Sound We Make Ourselves: Poems 1971-2016 (Eyewear, 2016); with The Why of It just out from Argent (Oct 2016),

Terence Dooley’s translation of Eduardo Moga’s Selected Poems is also due from Shearsman in Apr 2017; he has edited Penelope Fitzgerald’s selected essays, A House of Air, & letters, So I Have Thought of You.

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[23 January 2017]

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