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6 March 2023
7:30 pm to 11:00 pm
BASKET 3 returns to SOUP with readings, performances and sounds from Heather Christle, Jack Underwood, Rowland Hill, and Lottie Sadd.
19:30 ’til late, March 6th.
Heather Christle is the author of The Crying Book and four poetry collections, including The Trees The Trees, which won the Believer Book Award. She teaches creative writing at Emery University in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
Jack Underwood is a poet, writer and critic. He is the author of Happiness (Faber, 2015) Solo for Mascha Voice (Test Centre, 2018) and A Year in the New Life (Faber, 2021). His debut work of non-fiction, NOT EVEN THIS, was published by Corsair in 2021. He is co-presenter and curator of the Faber Poetry Podcast and is a senior lecturer in Creative Writing at Goldsmiths College, and is currently working on a collection of short fiction.
Rowland Hill is an artist working across performance and moving image. For Basket 3, she presents Fluchtpunkt, (vanishing point; place of refuge), a performance-installation invoking the fantasy world of 1990s Eurotrance.
Lottie Sadd is an interdisciplinary composer-performer making immersive sonic performances and installations.
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