Experimental poetry: Camilla Nelson

The Hemsley Room B2 University Park NG7 2RD
Wednesday 11th December 2019 (13:00-14:00)

Poet and artist Camilla Nelson will be showing new work, including a performance of A Yarn Er Narrative (Contraband, 2019) that moves between sounds and words. A highly recommended event from a dynamic poet working experimentally between artistic forms.

Free event, performance followed by Q&A. No booking required.

Camilla Nelson is a British language artist, small press publisher, creative programmer and freelance academic. Her work explores the materiality of language in page-based poetry, soundwork, installation and performance. She has a PhD in Performance Writing and is founding editor of Singing Apple Press, a small independent press that produces hand-crafted, limited edition poem-prints, books and other objects. Camilla’s first full-length poetry collection, Apples & Other Languages, was long-listed for the Melita Hume Poetry Prize in 2015 and published in 2017 by Knives Forks and Spoons. Her second collection, A Yarn Er Narrative, is out now with Contraband Books.

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