Join the Cambridge Literary Review for an evening of poetry with Peter Gizzi, Hannah Brooks-Motl, and Luke Roberts.
Tickets are available via this link: https://clrreadingseries_petergizzi.eventbrite.co.uk
Peter Gizzi’s recent books include Now It’s Dark (2020) and Archeophonics (2016). Also in 2020, Sky Burial: New & Selected Poems came out from Carcanet in the UK. His honours include fellowships from The Rex Foundation, The Howard Foundation, The Foundation for Contemporary Arts, and The Guggenheim Foundation. He has twice been the recipient of The Judith E. Wilson Visiting Fellowship in Poetry at the University of Cambridge. For more info: petergizzi.org
Hannah Brooks-Motl is the author of three books of poetry, most recently Earth (Song Cave, 2019). Her work has appeared inthe Cambridge Literary Review, the Chicago Review, and Tupelo Quarterly, among other places. She lives in western Massachusetts where she works as an editor for two open access scholarly presses.
Luke Roberts is the author of Glacial Decoys (Boise, ID: Free Poetry, 2021), Landscaping Under Duress (Cambridge: Equipage, 2021), and other works of poetry and prose. His edition of uncollected work by Barry MacSweeney, Desire Lines: Unselected Poems, 1966-2000, was published by Shearsman in 2018. He lives and works in London.