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Tom McGrath Maverick Award 2020 application deadline

December 7, 2020

The Maverick Award was set up in memory of Tom McGrath’s well-loved traits as a maverick, inquisitor and explorer. To mark what would have been Tom’s 80th birthday on 23rd October, the Trust is delighted to invite applications for a final round of Awards to celebrate his vibrant contribution to Scotland’s cultural life. Thanks to …

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FERAL: A Journal of Poetry & Art (Love issue) submissions open

December 7, 2020

What we are looking for: We want your brave, your pain, your love, your teeth, your howling beast. All styles, forms and schools of poetry & art are welcome. Learn more here.

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RSL Literature Matters Awards 2021 submission deadline

December 7, 2020

The Royal Society of Literature Awards will provide financial support to undertake a new piece of writing or literary project. Priority will be given to proposals which (a) help connect with audiences/topics outside the usual reach of literature, and/or (b) help generate public discussion about why literature matters. This year’s judges are Adjoa Andoh, Hannah …

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5:00 pm

SpokenWebPod Listening Party – Sounds of Trance Formation

December 7, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

This #SpokenWebPod episode is “Sounds of Trance Formation: An Interview with Penn Kemp.” Participants will gather virtually to listen together at 5pm ET and share reactions in a Twitter conversation. This will be followed by a 6pm ET Q&A with Episode Producer Nick Beauchesne and featured guest Penn Kemp. Learn more here.

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7:00 pm

Warren and Cole at Blacksmith House Poetry Series

December 7, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Founded in 1973, the award-winning Blacksmith House Poetry Series brings established and emerging writers of poetry and fiction to Harvard Square and, since fall 2020, to Zoom. Rosanna Warren reads from her new collection So Forth, with Henri Cole, whose new book is Blizzard. Learn more here.

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