27 January 2015
Poetry London: Readings by Declan Ryan, Liz Berry and Chris McCabe
Declan Ryan was born in Mayo, Ireland and lives in London. Selected as one of the Faber New Poets, his debut pamphlet was published by Faber & Faber in 2014. His poems have appeared in Poetry Review, The Spectator and elsewhere, he co-edits the Days of Roses anthology series and is poetry editor at Ambit.
Liz Berry’s debut collection, Black Country (Chatto, 2014) was a Poetry Book Society recommendation, Observer Poetry Book of the Month and winner of the Forward Prize for Best First Collection. Berry’s work has appeared in magazines and anthologies, been broadcast on BBC Radio and recorded for the Poetry Archive. She was the winner of the 2012 Poetry London Competition.
Born in Liverpool in 1977, Chris McCabe’s poetry collections include Speculatrix (Penned in the Margins, 2014), THE RESTRUCTURE (Salt, 2012) and Zeppelins (Salt, 2008). He has recorded his work for The Poetry Archive and his poems have been included in various anthologies, including The Best British Poetry 2011, 2013 and 2014.
Tickets are free, but should be booked online (opens in new window)