15 September, 7pm (UK): New Walk Editions online reading – with Alan Jenkins, Linda Stern Zisquit and Declan Ryan

Please join us at 7pm (UK time) on 15 September for a New Walk Editions reading with three of our wonderful pamphlet poets. 

Registration is required, and space is limited. Please register here. Registration is only £2.

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Alan Jenkins‘s collections of poetry include Harm, The Drift and A Shorter Life (all with Chatto & Windus) and Revenants, published by Clutag Press. His New Walk Editions pamphlet, Tidemarks, was published in 2018. He has served as long-time Deputy Editor and Poetry Editor of the TLS, and was Writer in Residence at St John’s College, University of Cambridge from 2015-18. His many poetry awards include a Forward Prize, a Cholmondeley Award, a shortlisting for the T. S. Eliot Prize, and a Poetry book Society Choice.

Linda Stern Zisquit has published five collections, most recently Return from Elsewhere and Havoc: New & Selected Poems. Her translations from Hebrew include Wild Light: Selected Poems of Yona Wallach and These Mountains: Selected Poems of Rivka Miriam. Her New Walk Editions pamphlet, From the Notebooks of Korah’s Daughter, was published in 2019. For many years she has been Poetry Coordinator and Associate Professor in the Bar Ilan MA in Creative Writing Program. Born in Buffalo, NY, she lives in Jerusalem.

Declan Ryan was born in County Mayo, Ireland, and has lived mainly in London. He was published in the Faber New Poets series in 2014, and his New Walk Editions pamphlet, Fighters, Losers, was published in 2019. His work has appeared in Poetry Review, Poetry London, Poetry (US), Poetry Ireland and the New Statesman, among others.

There will be a Q&A session after the reading, during which you’ll be welcome to ask questions.

Thank you for your support. We hope you enjoy the reading. Please register here. The event is scheduled to lat one hour.

You can order any of our pamphlets here.

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