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Poetry in Herons Party with Carrie Etter

21 November at 18:30 - 20:30

£4.00 – £10.99

Our monthly poetry event combines with a festive party hosted by The Lansdown on Thursday 21st November.

We are delighted to welcome back Carrie Etter.

Arrive from 18.30. Head upstairs. Poetry will commence shortly after. Partying will continue until late.

Also on the bill will be ten local poets, invited each to read one poem.

Carrie Etter has published five collections of poetry, most recently Grief’s Alphabet, described by The Guardian as ‘An impassioned reckoning with the aftermath of Etter’s adoptive parents’ deaths’. Her previous collections are The Tetherswinner of the London New Poetry Prize; Divining for Starters; Imagined Sonsshortlisted for the Ted Hughes Award for New Work in Poetry; and The Weather in Normala Poetry Book Society Recommendation. Her poems have appeared in The New Republic, The New Statesman, The Penguin Book of the Prose Poem, Poetry Review, and The TLS. She lectures in Creative Writing at the University of Bristol.

You can buy tickets in advance online or in the shop. Tickets only are £4 or £10.99 with the purchase of  Grief’s Alphabet, Imagined Sons or The Weather in Normal. We will provide a glass of something sparkling on arrival. The bar downstairs will be open throughout the night.

Tickets are fully redeemable against buying the books on the night.



21 November
18:30 - 20:30
£4.00 – £10.99
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The Lansdown
8 Clifton Road
Bristol, BS8 1AF United Kingdom
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