JUDITH E. WILSON STUDIO, ENGLISH FACULTY, 9 WEST ROAD, 27TH MAY, 8.00 — 9.15 P.M.
DRIFT READING SERIES #1: CHARMAN / SCHNEIDER / GOLDSTEIN / WYNN
The DRIFT reading series is an ongoing set of events introducing new writers from Cambridge and beyond. Some wine will be provided, but BYOB. All welcome.
HELEN CHARMAN will read from BATHSHEBA'S GANG.
«There is a fierce grit in the genius of girls; there has
to be, they’re bleeding. ‘It is interesting, but I don’t
love it.’ What kind of charlatan says that?»
Helen is a PhD student in the Faculty of English, working on maternity, sacrifice and political economy in nineteenth-century fiction. Her poetry has appeared in /Hotel/, /Datableed/ and /The Germ/ and her other writing has been published or is forthcoming in /Dazed and Confused/, the /LRB Blog/ and the /King's Review/.
OLI GOLDSTEIN will read from VIRGIL HUNTER'S LOVE SEQUENCE
«you can’t go
fight dry breathe
Oliver Goldstein is a PhD student at Trinity Hall.
KATE SCHNEIDER will read from ;-)
«On a September beachside ‘minibreak’ with his two sons, Mr Something drank a crushed ice drink sitting ten feet away from a mechanical lobster, and his heart started a little every time it moved its claws.»
Kate is a PhD student in the Faculty of English writing on experimental prose and architecture in the 1950s and 60s. She likes concrete an above-average amount. She likes mechanical lobsters a below-average amount.
LEWIS WYNN will read from PRESSING FOR LEISURE
of clipped interior:
My bulk still
appearing in your dreams
as marketable glitch.
won songs. Cloaked
Lewis Wynn is a PhD student writing his doctoral thesis on Gillian Rose and the Agon of Authorship.