Torriano Poetry

Sunday 5 December, 7.30pm

Dinah Livingstone

As Torriano is a small venue we are currently limiting the audience to around 20.  Please sign up via Eventbrite for the reading(s) that you are planning to attend. There is an option to either pay via Eventbrite or to pay in cash on the door. If you are planning to pay on the door please still sign up so we know that you are planning to attend. Hopefully see you tomorrow or later in the year.  
David, Torriano Poetry 

Dinah Livingstone – book here. £5/£4 according to pocket
Dinah Livingstone had a rural childhood in in the West of England and has lived in Camden Town, London, since 1966. She has received three Arts Council Writer’s Awards for her poetry. She is also a translator and editor of the magazine Sofia. She has three children and two grandsons. Her tenth poetry collection Embodiment was published in July 2019 with a London launch at Torriano Meeting House on July 12th. and a reading at the Torbay Poetry Festival. Previous collections include The Vision Splendid (2014), Poems of Hampstead Heath and Regent’s Park (2012), Kindness (2007), Presence (2003) and Time on Earth: Selected and New Poems, published by Rockingham Press in 1999.

Torriano in cyberspace

At 6.30pm, before the live reading, Joan Michelson, will be hosting Torriano Poetry in cyberspace. 
Through the pandemic this gathering has held together a community that was scattered across the earth.
There is no guest reader. The live session at Torriano is not broadcast here. Bring poems to read or just listen. Join us there
Join Zoom Meeting 
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/3940991487?pwd=VXN0djNHU0F5M2pDK0dscXdRTkJwZz09 

Meeting ID: 394 099 1487 

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