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Ivy Writers – James Brookes, Pierre Drogi, Kate Noakes

October 22, 2013 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

James Brookes was born in 1986 and grew up in rural Sussex, a few minutes’ walk from Percy Shelley’s boyhood home. After studying at Warwick University, he received a major Eric Gregory Award in 2009 and a Hawthornden International Writer’s Fellowship in 2011. He has published a pamphlet, The English Sweats, with Pighog Press and is currently the Williams Librarian at Cranleigh School in Surrey, where he also teaches. His first full collection, Sins of the Leopard (Salt, 2012) is currently longlisted for the Dylan Thomas Prize and shortlisted for the Michael Murphy Memorial Prize.

Pierre Drogi est né à Metz le 15 mars 1961. Il est enseignant, poète et traducteur (du roumain, principalement et de Nichita Stanescu en particulier). Il est l’auteur de Encordelé, cahier de bouches et autres textes, Aspect, 2008, Tablatures, Tarabuste, 2008, Charbonnier, Atelier de l’Agneau, 2008, Métamorphoses, en collaboration avec Alain Dubois, Le Pommier, 2008, Afra / vrai corps, suivi de Nom de fée & Carnets d’éther, Le Clou dans le fer, 2010 (présentation de ce livre), Levées, suivi de : sa filleule, éd. Atelier de l’Agneau, Saint-Quentin-de-Caplong, novembre 2010, ascendant descendant, en deux livraisons, dans la revue Passage d’encres, Romainville, première partie (“ombre attachée”), n° 42, mars 2011 ; seconde partie (“Talitha koumi : parole cherchant un acte”), n° 43, mai 2011 et cette année:Animales, Le Clou dans le fer, 2013. Il est aussi traducteur: 5 poètes roumains, Éditions Comp’Act, 1995 (Emil Botta,  Nichita Stanescu, Virgil Mazilescu, Dan Verona, Dinu Flamand, voir ici) Pierre Drogi a également publié un article important, Effacements du poème dans le numéro 156 de la revueLittérature, décembre 2009. Il est actuellement directeur de programme au Collège international de Philosophie.Pour un bibliographie complète et quelques extraits des textes, voir http://www.m-e-l.fr/pierre-drogi,ec,767

Kate Noakes is the author of Ocean to Interior (2007, Mighty Erudite Press), The Wall Menders (Two Rivers Press, 2009) and Cape Town (Eyewear Publishing, 2012). I-spy and Shanty is forthcoming in 2014 from corrupt press. Her work has also appeared in a number of magazines including Poetry WalesPoetry Ireland ReviewEnvoi, MagmaMslexia, Poetry News, Cadenza, Iota, Other Poetry, Poetry Salzburg Review, Tears in the Fence, Citizen 32, South, Seam, Planet and The Wolf.  It has been anthologised by Cinnamon Press, Leaf Books, Two Rivers Press and Seren. Noakes blogs atboomslangpoetry.blogspot.com and is a founding member of Paris Lit Up: See parislitup.com. She divides her time between Caversham, Berks and Paris. She has degrees in Geography, and English Literature from Reading University and an MPhil in Creative Writing from the University of Glamorgan. She is an elected member of the Welsh Academy and has taught creative writing for Oxford University.

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Date:
October 22, 2013
Time:
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
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Dellaville Cafe
34 Boulevard Bonne Nouvelle
Paris, 75010 France
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Website:
ivywriters.blogspot.com
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