Womens Support Project

Putting Women's Voices First

The event is a reading by the poets Denise Riley and Sophie Collins. Denise Riley`s poetry phases through history, feminism, and philosophy in a lyrical style utterly her own. Denise will be reading from her new collection, Say Something Back (Picador 2011), which explores the interconnected themes of mourning, health, the natural world and physical law. Sophie Collins is co-founder of tender, an online quarterly promoting work by female-identified writers and artists. Together, they present a powerful double bill putting women`s voices first.

Thursday 12 May, 6.30pm at the Scottish Poetry Library (£5 / £4).




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