On 16th. June starting at 8.00pm you can join us on Zoom for a virtual visit by Katrina Naomi.
Katrina Naomi was born and raised in Margate, Kent and lives in Cornwall.
Her third full collection, Wild Persistence, is just out, published by Seren on 1 June.
Katrina’s poetry has been published in The TLS, on Poems on the Underground and broadcast on BBC Radio 4’s Front Row. She was the first writer-in-residence at the Bronte Parsonage Museum.
She tutors for Arvon, the Poetry School and Ty Newydd, and runs Poetry Surgeries for the Poetry Society.
She holds a PhD in Creative Writing from Goldsmiths (her research is on violence in contemporary poetry).
Her poetry has been highly commended in the Forward Prizes and she has received commissions from the BBC, Imperial College and the Turner Contemporary.
Katrina recently received an an Authors’ Foundation award from the Society of Authors for her work on Wild Persistence.
We look forward to hearing Katrina read and there will be an Open Mic at the beginning of the meeting.
Hope you will be there!