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Caplet: experimental poetry with Martyn Crucefix and Nic Stringer

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St. Margaret's House

21 Old Ford Road

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Caplet continues, with Nic Stringer and Martyn Crucefix, who will read and discuss their poetry in a beautiful deconsecrated chapel in Bethnal Green.

Martyn Crucefix’s recent publications include The Lovely Disciplines (Seren, 2017) and two chapbooks: O. at the Edge of the Gorge (Guillemot Press, 2017) and A Convoy (If a Leaf Falls Press, 2017). He has also translated Rilke’s Duino Elegies (Enitharmon, 2006) – shortlisted for the 2007 Popescu Prize for European Poetry Translation – and Rilke’s Sonnets to Orpheus (Enitharmon, 2012) and Daodejing – a new version in English (Enitharmon, 2016). Website and poetry blog at http://www.martyncrucefix.com/

Nic Stringer lives and works in the South-East of England. Her work has appeared in anthologies such as Bedford Square and magazines, most recently Magma and Structo. She won the University of London Prize for Writing in 2016. Artwork from the project Some parts have been removed features in the current edition of Magma (69, The Deaf Issue) and Nic's first full collection, A day that you happen to know is now available from Guillemot Press, with artwork by Lucy Kerr. An original soundtrack to the collection, In the half-light, recorded with the sound collective Fractured Strings will be available in the New Year. You can see and hear more atcorruptedpoetry.com

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