Robert Hamberger

Rpbert Hamberger starts off our new season
We are delighted to welcome Robert Hamberger as our guest poet for September.

Robert Hamberger has been shortlisted and highly commended for Forward prizes, appearing in the Forward Book of Poetry 2020. He has been awarded a Hawthornden Fellowship; his poetry has been featured as the Guardian Poem of the Week and in British, American, Irish and Japanese anthologies. He has published six poetry pamphlets and four full-length collections. Blue Wallpaper (published by Waterloo Press) was shortlisted for the 2020 Polari Prize. His prose memoir with poems A Length of Road: finding myself in the footsteps of John Clare was published by John Murray in June 2021.
The evening will begin at 8.00 pm on September 21st. with an Open Mic, so bring along your latest poem to share with us, and enjoy another feast of poetry.

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  1. margaret lynn

    Thank you David, what a treat this will be. Thank you all at KS for your teaching and example this past year. I have enjoyed each session and hopefully my own writing is improving as I edit and edit and edit. I still learn from workshop notes and from re-reading notes and poems in Folio. I look forward to renewing my membership when it is due.

    Best wishes

    Lynn

    On Sat, Sep 11, 2021 at 11:02 AM kentandsussexpoetry wrote:

    > kentandsussexpoetry posted: ” Inua Ellams starts off our new season We > have a very exciting start to our autumn programme with Inua Ellams.Inua > was one of our prizewinners in the Open Competition this year with his > moving poem Fuck Sunflowers. Born in Nigeria, Inua Ellams is a ” >

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