Miriam Nash Readings
'Miriam Nash’s work is thematically satisfying, energetic and dynamic. These anarchic poems are the product of an original and febrile mind. A blast.' – Jackie Kay, Edwin Morgan Poetry Award
Miriam Nash will be giving a number of readings from her first full-length collection All the Prayers in the House, runner-up in the Edwin Morgan Poetry Award 2016, at festivals and events in 2017, including the Ledbury Poetry Festival and the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
Click here to read Carol Rumens Poem of the Week column The Guardian of 3 July 2017 about Miriam's poem 'The Walking Father Blues' . 'An unusual form, the pantun, brings a subtle, nuanced swing to the depiction of a man who is able to walk out from one marriage and into another.' Miriam was interviewed on Radio 4's new poetry programme Blast on 24 July.
Edinburgh International Book Festival, Sunday 13 August 2017, 6.30pm
Rachel McCrum & Miriam Nash
A second Edinburgh reading for Miriam Nash, who was one of the five Scottish poets performing at the Bloodaxe Showcase event on 9 June at the Scottish Poetry Library. Miriam will be reading from her first full-length collection All the Prayers in the House at EIBF on 13 August, alongside Rachel McCrum.
Monday 21st August, EIBF, Edwin Morgan Translation Event, 4.30pm
Miriam Nash will read in celebration of a Scottish-Portuguese translation project alongside Portuguese poets Andreia Faria, Ricardo Marques, Miguel Martins and Scottish poets Jane McKie and Richard Price. Miriam was runner-up in the Edwin Morgan Poetry Award 2016.
[26 July 2017]